There will be an audience in the Super Cup between Sevilla and Bayern

UEFA has approved that on September 24 in Budapest the European Super Cup will be played with 30% of the stadium's capacity.

The UEFA Executive Committee has approved this Tuesday that the European Super Cup, a title that Seville and Bayern Munich will play on September 24 in Budapest, will be played with a reduced number of spectators, specifically 30% of the total capacity of the Puskas Arena stadium.

UEFA will use this match "to accurately study the impact of spectators on the UEFA Return to Play Protocol". "All other UEFA matches will continue to be played behind closed doors until further notice, as initially decided by the UEFA Executive Committee on July 9," the body noted, confirming that the first duels of the upcoming Nations League will be played. without public.

UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin explained that "while it has been important to show that football can continue in difficult times, without fans", he is aware that "football has lost some of its character" .

"We hope to use the Super Cup in Budapest as a pilot match that will start the return of fans to our matches. We are working closely with the Hungarian Federation and its government to implement measures that ensure the health of all who attend and participate in the party. We will not take risks with the safety of the people, "he guaranteed.

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