In preparation for Euro 2020, Italy will face San Marino in a friendly match on Friday at Sardegna Arena.
Easing up Covid-related restrictions, the Italian government has revealed the friendly game between Italy and San Marino will have up to 500 fans present in Cagliari, as long as they can prove their Coronavirus vaccination.
The upcoming Women’s Coppa Italia final between Milan and Roma at the Mapei Stadium on Sunday can have also up to 20 percent capacity present at the Stadium.
In both of the games, the fans will have to maintain social distancing, wear masks and be able to prove either they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or are immune after recently recovering from the virus.
After the game against San Marino, Italy will face the Czech Republic in Bologna before Mancini naming his final squad for Euros, where Italy is grouped with Turkey, Switzerland, and Wales in Group A of the tournament.