UEFA to test return of spectators at the Super Cup Final

The UEFA Super Cup final which will be played in Budapest, Hungary on the 24th September between Champions League winners Bayern Munich and Europa League winners Sevilla. 

The UEFA Executive Committee allow the match to go ahead with the stadium at 30% capacity and UEFA will study the impact of fans and spectators returning to live matches.  

All other UEFA matches are to continue to be played behind closed doors as decided by the UEFA Executive Committee back on the 9th July 2020. 

The UEFA Super Cup Final will be played at the Puskas Arena the home of the Hungarian National team and was finished at the end of 2019 with a capacity of 67,215.

With this pilot being tested in the Puskas Arena at 30%, we can expect to see around 20,000 fans in the stadium, which will be the largest amount of fans seen at a live football event seen since late March. 

Read Brighton v Chelsea allowing 2,500 fans at a pre-season game.

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