The competition for the European Supercup between Bayern Munich and Seville, on September 24th in Budapest, will be attended by more than 20,000 spectators. This is reported by UEFA. All other European duels will be played without an audience for the time being.
The Puskás Arena, which can house 67,215 people, will be open to spectators for up to a third of its capacity, according to the European Football Association. That comes down to a spectator number of 22,405.
“Without the fans, football has lost something of its character,” said UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin. “We see the battle for the Super Bowl as a pilot to play matches with fans again.”