June 11, 2021 – July 11, 2021 – Fans wishing to attend matches of the European football championship will have to comply with a series of protocols designed to minimise the risk of Covid-19 infection.
If you have a ticket for the European Football Championship, you have to be prepared for some innovations when visiting the stadium compared to football matches before the pandemic.
Each ticket holder will be allocated a 30-minute window to enter the stadium before the match. It may therefore be necessary to arrive earlier than usual.
The planned capacity utilisation of the stadiums varies depending on the host city: Budapest is the only venue planning a full stadium. Baku and St Petersburg are aiming for 50 per cent capacity. Copenhagen adjusted its projected attendance upward from 32 to 45 percent at the end of May. The seven other cities are targeting stadium occupancy rates between 22 and 32 percent.