The Champions League final is fast approaching. One of the continent’s most important matches will take place on 29th May in a season that has been unlike any other in the history of the competition.
In this sense, despite the lack of public attendance in Europe’s terraces this season, ‘The Times’ highlighted this Wednesday that they are laying out the possibility of letting in up to 25,000 spectators into the Ataturk Olympic Stadium, according to plans from UEFA and local authorities.
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This would make up a third of the stadium’s full capacity. Within which, the aforementioned source reported that 4,000 could be Manchester City fans – following their comfortable victory in the end over PSG on Tuesday – and another 4,000 for the other finalist.
As with the Europa League final in Poland three days prior, all the fans will have to cumply with the established restrictions in the area, as well as providing a negative COVID-19 test, in order to attend.