UEFA has confirmed that up to 9,500 spectators will be allowed to attend this season’s Europa League final at Energa Stadium in Gdansk, Poland.
Fans have not attended matches across Europe since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Polish officials have agreed that 25 percent of the 40,000 seats in the Gdansk Stadium could be filled for the Europa League final match on Wednesday, May 26.
Up to 9,500 fans will be allowed to watch the Europa League final.
However, supporters must still comply with coronavirus restrictions, meaning they have to serve 10-day isolation unless they have proof of a full course of vaccinations or a negative Covid-19 test.
They will also have to wear a face mask inside the stadium.
are likely to qualify for the final game after beatingAS Roma
6-2 in the first leg of their semi-final.
In the other semi-final match,Arsenal
lost 1-2 toVillarreal
in the first leg but they are still hoping to qualify for the final match with
’s away goal.