The stadium of Wembley aspires to half capacity, about 40 thousand spectators, facing the elimination phases of the Euro 2020.
The capacity for the first three games of the group stage is 22,500 viewers, out of a total of 80 thousand that fit in Wembley. However, capacity could be increased for the round of 16 onwards, regardless of whether restrictions are lifted in the United Kingdom on June 21, according to the BBC.
The English Federation (FA) and the British Government have already held talks on the matter and should forward a firm proposal to the UEFA in the coming days.
Wembley it hosts eight matches in total in the tournament, three from the group stage, two round of 16, the two semi-finals and the final. Fans and accredited persons attending the games will have to show a negative antigen test or the vaccination certificate with the two guidelines.
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