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Parking spaces allowed again in the European Cup

Parking spaces allowed again in the European Cup

After decades of bans, curvy fans in particular were once again allowed to cheer on their clubs from standing areas.

Decades later, UEFA will again allow permanent hall tickets to be sold for the next European Cup season. UEFA said on Wednesday that in Germany, France and England, fans are allowed to watch Champions League, Europa League and Conference League matches “in accordance with national and local legislation”. The finals, which were not held in the three nations anyway, were disqualified.

The decision of the UEFA Executive Committee is tentatively valid for one season. The UEFA permanent chamber ban was imposed in the 1990s. “UEFA will commission independent experts to analyze the use of the standing room for domestic and international club matches in these countries in order to assess the different dynamics between domestic and international fans and the associated safety impacts,” UEFA said. At the end of the 2022/23 season, the testing phase will be evaluated.

(red / APA)

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