If every supporter wants to be tested for the corona virus on match day, the ArenA will turn orange again during the European Championship. The Allianz Arena in Munich can also welcome 14,000 spectators during the European Championship matches.
Met 14,000 in the Allianz Arena in Munich
The Allianz Arena in Munich can welcome 14,000 spectators during the European Championship matches in the coming weeks, the government of the German state of Bavaria has confirmed.
“With a strict health protocol, such as corona tests and wearing mouth masks, the stadium can be filled to 1/5th, good for about 14,000 spectators,” said state prime minister Markus Söder.
Three group matches and a quarter-final will be played in Munich during the European Championship. Can the Red Devils play there? Yes, if they win their group and then also make it past the 1/8th finals, they will play their quarterfinals in the Allianz Arena
In Amsterdam everyone has to be tested on the day itself
Spectators are also allowed to attend the European Championship matches in Amsterdam. Because the European Championship matches in the Johan Cruijff ArenA fall under the Fieldlab events, all spectators must be tested on the match day.
That is the condition of the Dutch government and is also stated in an email that all ticket holders have received from the European football association UEFA.
The KNVB does not expect any problems at the test locations. During the competition days 13, 17 and 21 June, a large crowd will have to be tested, but the necessary measures have been taken.
On the Testing for Access website, where an appointment can be made for a test, it says that the appointment can be scheduled within 40 hours before the start of the match.
“The visitors can choose a location and a time slot in their own region and the Open Netherlands foundation, which arranges the access tests, also says that there is enough capacity for it.”