The European Union of Football announced today, Thursday, that the remaining matches of the European Champions League and European League final will be played on the local team’s stadiums.
According to a statement on the “UEFA” website, the Federation’s executive committee took several decisions, including holding the remaining matches of the final price of the Champions League and European League on the stadiums of local teams, to apply the principle of sports justice.
He pointed out that the meetings of Inter, Milan, Getafe, Seville, and Rome at the European League last price will be played from one match in Germany.
He explained that the European Union will continue to monitor the situation and reserves the right to re-establish these matches, in the event of recent events that make it impossible to play one or more games in the original stadiums.
The statement said that all European Union matches will be held behind closed doors until further notice.
He added that the form of the initial roles in the Champions League and the European League was changed in the next season, to be played from one game, and the European Union will monitor the development of the situation and advise on the full or partial lifting of restrictions at the appropriate time.