European football body UEFA has changed the venue of the final match on May 29. The match will now be played in Portugal, Portugal, rather than Istanbul. The UEFA has made this decision due to Corona. Manchester City and Chelsea will face one another within the final. The match are going to be played at the Estue du Drago in Porto. At the same time, 6,000 fans from both clubs are going to be admitted to the stadium.
The British government put Turkey on the red list
Earlier, the match was to be played at the Ataturk Stadium in Istanbul. In fact, British government has put Turkey on the red list due to Corona. this suggests that players going there’ll need to undergo a severe 14-day shortage on their return. Also, spectators aren’t allowed to travel in the least . The UEFA wanted to a minimum of help the club reach the ultimate when fans had not been ready to enter the stadium for an extended time.
Fans also will be ready to enter the stadium easily
The UEFA also talked about transferring the match to England, but it had been impossible thanks to lack of quarantine. At an equivalent time, Portuguese authorities completed preparations to host the ultimate during a short time. British government has put Portugal on the green list. this suggests that players and fans won’t need to undergo severe quarantine.
From may 24 you’ll be ready to buy tickets for the finals
How many spectators are going to be admitted to the stadium has not yet been confirmed. But 6,000 fans from both clubs reaching the final are going to be ready to buy tickets from may 24. an equivalent number of spectators were allowed to enter Istanbul. Announcing this, UEFA President Alexander Saffron said: “We all want this year to not be like last year. Fans had to attend 12 months to observe the match.
The Portuguese government has made great preparations
“In the Champions League final, we wanted to support the team with their fans,” he said. We wanted the fans to return to the most important match of the season. Now that we’ve moved this match to Portugal, it’s possible. i’m grateful to the Football Federation of Portugal and therefore the Government of Portugal. In such a short time, they need made great preparations.