The Europa League final on May 26th in Gdansk can accommodate up to 9,500 spectators after the European Football Association UEFA has received approval from the Polish authorities.

The final will take place in the Energa Stadium in Gdansk with a stadium capacity of 25 percent. Both finalists will each receive 2,000 tickets and 2,000 tickets that will be offered to the public.

The remaining tickets will be allocated to the local organizing committee, UEFA and national associations, trading partners and broadcasters.

“The Polish authorities have confirmed a stadium capacity of 25% for the final, which equates to 9,500 spectators,” UEFA said in a statement.

According to UEFA, viewers may be required to provide evidence of a vaccine or negative COVID-19 result.

“Supporters traveling from outside Poland must comply with the border entry restrictions and requirements in force at the time of the finals. Ticket holders are not granted any exceptions, ”added UEFA.

Manchester United will play in the second leg of the semi-finals at AS Roma on Thursday after winning the first leg 6-2. Villarreal will travel to London to face Arsenal in the second leg after beating England 2-1 at home.

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