Perhaps repeating this epidemic history this year, the Champions League final exited the stadium at the Ataturk Olympics in Istanbul. With the government announcing that Turkey is one of the two English teams (Manchester City and Chelsea) in the final and the “red list” for the Covid-19, it may be necessary to change the country where the league final will take place.
Initially, the United Kingdom showed “total will” to host the final, but this decision will be made by UEFA. “We are fully available to host the finals, but in the end it will be a UEFA decision,” the UK Transport Minister presented with the rules for travel from May 17 at the Grand Shops press conference.
Shops are clear on what this means with Turkey on the red list “Those supporters should not travel to Turkey.” For all countries on the red list, the British government requires that visitors from these countries comply with a 10-day isolation period in a hotel selected by the government, but be paid in full by the citizens.
The recent question of the two English clubs and the European Super League at the end of the match, often blocked by Boris Johnson (by pressuring the English clubs to leave), has strengthened relations between the UK and the UEFA, allowing fans to follow the teams to find another solution to the Champions League final.
This year’s final at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium has already been postponed to last year, with the final of the Football Champions League taking place in Lisbon, even due to the Kovit-19 epidemic.