Report: UEFA Hoping to Have Limited Amount of Supporters for the Champions League Final

Noël Le Graët, head of the French Football Federation (FFF) is hoping to have some supporters in attendance for the Coupe de France final, well it looks as though UEFA is following in their footsteps.

According to Sky Sports (via ParisFans), Europe’s governing body wants to see some supporters for the Champions League final, with Lisbon being the front-runner to host the remainder of the tournament.

Portugal has shown that it’s been able to control the spread of the coronavirus and flatten the curve, so there’s a possibility of having a limited number of supporters for a final in late August. However, precautions will need to occur before any non-essential people head into the stadium.

If UEFA wants to have a certain number of supporters in attendance, they’ll likely decide on June 17, when they meet to figure out the rest of the logistics pertaining to the resumption of the tournament.

Paris Saint-Germain is in the quarter-finals, and if UEFA does allow a few supporters, you can expect the Collectif Ultra Paris to be there.

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