The UEFA European Football Championship, due in June 2021, may not be hosted by four cities. According to a release on the official UEFA website, the organization will decide on the fate of the European championship matches in Rome, Bilbao, Dublin and Munich. This will happen on April 19. It all depends on the epidemiological situation in these cities.
Meanwhile, it also became known that St. Petersburg, Baku and Budapest are ready to ease quarantine restrictions related to the fight against the spread of coronavirus. In particular, ticket holders for championship games in these three cities can take advantage of special procedures that will exempt them from the ban on entry to Russia, Azerbaijan and Hungary.
This will be done so that foreign fans can attend the matches of Euro 2020. However, other countries that host the games cannot take such a step.
However, anyone wishing to return tickets for UEFA EURO 2020 matches can do so by 22 April.