UEFA has confirmed Rome as one of the host cities for EURO 2020, following the Italian government guaranteeing a minimum of 25% capacity of the Stadio Olimpico to be filled.
🏟️ 🇮🇹 UEFA has today received confirmation that Rome's Stadio Olimpico is guaranteed to have at least 25% capacity for this summer’s #EURO2020 tournament.
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— UEFA (@UEFA) April 14, 2021
And the good news doesn’t stop there, as Rome is also set to host the very first game of the European Championship on the 11th of June when Italy takes on Turkey in an intense matchup.
The tournament is set to take place in 12 different host cities, with London – Brexit didn’t restrict England from playing in European championships – Amsterdam, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Glasgow, Budapest, St Petersburg, and Baku making the list.
Meanwhile, Dublin, Bilbao, and Munich still await fan attendance clearance from the authorities and have to provide assurances to UEFA until the 19th of April.