Nyon (AP) – In the Super Cup match between Champions League winner FC Bayern Munich and Europa League winner FC Sevilla, both finalists will each receive 3,000 tickets according to the “kicker” information.
The European Football Association UEFA announced on August 25 that several thousand fans would be admitted to Budapest on September 24. Up to 30 percent of the approximately 67,000 seats in the Puskás Aréna must be occupied, which equates to approximately 20,000 spectators.
Referring to UEFA’s plans, the “Kicker” writes that “both Munich and Spaniards should get 3,000 tickets each”. Three-time winner Bavaria would be the first Bundesliga team in months and the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, which would once again play a competitive game for spectators.
The club association ECA is also concerned about the return of fans. According to the “kicker”, there is a 33-page letter from Juve and ECA boss Andrea Agnelli with detailed recommendations for spectators to return to the stadiums. Accordingly, fever measurement, mask requirements, staggered access windows and personalized tickets are scheduled.