UEFA has confirmed fans will be allowed to attend next season's Champions League and Europa League matches.
This follows the successful pilot match between Bayern Munich and Sevilla in the UEFA Super Cup final in Budapest, where 20,000 fans were allowed in the stadium.
The number of spectators, however, will be a maximum of 30 percent of the stadium capacity, with only home fans allowed to attend.
NEWS: Following the successful pilot match that was held at the #SuperCup in Budapest on 24 September, UEFA will allow the partial return of spectators for UEFA matches where local laws permit, starting from next week’s national team games.— UEFA (@UEFA) October 1, 2020
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UEFA further noted that the admission of fans and the capacity limit are subject to the decision of local authorities and that social distancing will be mandatory for spectators and additional precautionary measures.
The competition, just like many others across the globe stopped admitting fans to stadiums, following the spread of the coronavirus, which broke out in early this year.