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The Spanish Cup final, which will take place on April 3, will be held without spectators, Marca reports with reference to La RFEF.
At the meeting of the Inter-Territorial Health Council, the relevant minister Carolina Darias said that all advisers expressed concerns about holding the event in front of spectators.
“We all want to be personally present at these events again, but there is still time,” said Darias.
Earlier it was reported that UEFA may admit fans to the Champions League final.
ESPN has obtained information from unnamed sources in UEFA regarding the possibility of admitting football fans to the stands of the Istanbul Ataturk Olympic Stadium on the day of the final match of the 2020/21 Champions League.
At the same time, football officials are far from the idea of allowing fans to visit sports facilities at the quarterfinals and semifinals of the current UEFA competition.
The key factor for the possible successful solution of this issue is called the preliminary plans of the European Union to open free movement between countries from gray May, which should subsequently affect neighboring countries.
Unfortunately, the source did not provide any additional information on possible ways of distributing tickets, their total number of the basic stadium capacity of 80.5 thousand people, as well as additional restrictions.
As a reminder, the decisive match for the current season’s UEFA Champions League trophy is scheduled for May 29, 2021.