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Monday, May 3, 2021
The European Football Association (UEFA) announced today, Monday, that the European League final will be held in Gdnansk, Poland, later this month, with the presence of about 9,500 fans, following the approval of the Polish authorities.
The Polish authorities allowed 25% of the stadium’s capacity to attend the European League final on May 26, while foreign fans were required to take measures to combat the emerging corona virus upon entering the country and with the restrictions imposed during their stay.
Tickets for the match will be launched from Monday until next Friday.
The return leg of the golden box will be held next Thursday, where Manchester United meet with its Italian host Roma after their landslide victory 6/2 in the first leg, and Arsenal will meet with its Spanish guest Villarreal, seeking to overcome his delay in the first-leg match with two goals.