The European Football Association (UEFA) has published the health and safety regulations for the European Summer Championship on its official website. The association’s briefing also showed that, according to the plan, 61,000 people will be admitted into Budapest’s Puskás Arena, which means a 100% occupancy rate.
UEFA emphasizes that each Eb site also has its own health rules, safety measures and access requirements, depending on the city where it is located.
There are already some common things in health and safety regulations, such as fans must be kept at a distance of one and a half meters, and masks must be worn. The association drew attention to the continuous hand disinfection and the fact that fans should avoid hugs and pace as much as possible.
The association emphasizes that the safety of the people is paramount, so it works closely with local governments and health authorities to ensure that everyone complies with the country’s public health guidelines.
MLSZ communication Emphasize that participation in the game is still voluntary: fans who wish to redeem previously purchased tickets can redeem them on UEFA’s official ticketing interface until 18:00 on April 22, in which case UEFA will refund all their purchases price.
Regarding Hungary (members of supporting clubs), UEFA will reserve the possibility of another round of ticket sales for teams participating in the UEFA Champions League in November (Hungary, Northern Macedonia, Scotland and Slovakia) from May.
According to UEFA’s instructions, 61,000 people are planned to enter the Puskás Arena in Budapest, which means a 100% occupancy rate.