Fifa and Uefa have decided this due to the increase in cases of the disease
Traveling fans will not be admitted to international matches next September in Europe due to the increase in COVID-19 cases. Fifa and Uefa, the governing bodies of the football world, said this on Wednesday. European nations are expected to play up to three World Cup qualifiers each during the international September window.
In a letter to the national federations, Fifa and Uefa wrote that: “Due to the recent spikes of COVID-19 in Europe combined with the large number of games to be played during the international window in September, it was agreed to apply the same approach. decided by the UEFA Executive Committee on 14 June 2021 at all matches ».
The decision covers all matches in September, with the decision to be reviewed for those scheduled for October and November. World champion France travels to Ukraine on 4 September, while Italy, winner of Euro 2020, will face Switzerland in Basel the next day. England are planning their away games against Poland on 2 September and Hungary on 8 September.
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