Just before the deadline, Munich shudders about the games as the audience’s question opens at the European Football Championship in the summer. Apparently, DFB President Fritz Keller received two letters – one from the Federal Ministry of the Interior and the other from the Bavarian State Chancellor. Report Sunday Image And World Sunday Stability. UEFA has not yet made a final commitment to the four European Championships in Munich. The Continental Association wants to avoid ghost games in the summer, and has at least demanded a guarantee of access for some fans. In Munich it will be 14,000 spectators.
Everyone wants a fan comeback. Although urging Bavaria and the DFB to try everything is open to UEFA and its President Alexander Sefer – there are positive and negative signals. UEFA has not yet received a specific statement of intent from politics. “At this time, it is not possible to make a statement on whether the June infection will allow spectators to enter the stadium,” said Diet Reuters, the mayor of Munich. World Sunday.
Spain and Ireland are looking for alternatives
Last week, UEFA had already received assurances from eight hosts, including the final venue in London, that at least some spectators would be allowed into the stadiums. Rome was also confirmed as the host on Wednesday. In addition to Munich, Bilbao and Dublin recently moved in and set a deadline on Monday to provide more information on viewer access. Seville, a southern Spanish city, was suggested by the Spanish Association to replace Bilbao. This will be a possible scenario for UEFA to keep the European Championship games for Spain. Even the Irish Association could not reassure spectators in Dublin after consulting with the government. The replacement is traded in the English city of Newcastle.
Substitutes to Munich must be candidates Sunday Image And World Sunday Enter already. Both newspapers may be named Vienna or Zagreb. Also, Stuttgart may be an option. So the Baden-Wർrttemberg state government was able to work more cooperatively than the Bavarian state government. But Lord Mayor Reuters of Munich thinks we will see four European Championship games in Munich this summer.