November 30 – UEFA have decided to make a final decision on March 5 next year in terms of whether fans will be allowed at the postponed Euro 2020 tournament.
Talks will begin in the “coming weeks” as the governing body assesses its options for the summer showpiece that starts on June 11.
In the meantime, it has prepared several scenarios at the pan-European competition depending on the gravity of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The first is based on matches at full stadium capacity; the second between 100% and 50% of capacity; the third 33%; and the fourth behind closed doors.
“Each host city will discuss the scenarios jointly with UEFA, develop their plans accordingly in the coming weeks and a decision on which scenario will be applied individually in each city during the tournament will be taken on March 5, 2021,” UEFA said.
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