Rome and Lazio are competing for the leadership of football in the Italian capital, but they share the Olympic stadium in the city, which has a capacity of 72,500 seats. The Italian national team will play all its three matches in its Euro 2021 group at this stadium, knowing that its first match will be the opening match of the tournament. Matches hosted at the stadium: Three Group A matches (on 11, 16 and 20 June) and one quarter-final match (on 3 July).
In another context, the Danish government said it would cancel the use of face masks in most public places and allow 25,000 fans to attend the European Championship 2021 football matches that will be held in Copenhagen.
These decisions came after the easing of the closure restrictions that were applied at the borders. Denmark avoided a third wave of infection with the emerging coronavirus, which is rapidly spreading, by imposing closures and restrictions in late December, and then gradually began easing restrictions as the rate of infections declined.
Prior to these measures, Denmark allowed about 16,000 fans to attend every football match held in the capital. In the group stage of the European Championship, Denmark will meet the teams of Finland, Belgium and Russia at home at the Parken Stadium in the capital Copenhagen. The same stadium is also scheduled to host a round of 16 match.
However, the Danish Football Association told a television channel that it was not yet ready for the 25,000 fans to attend the national stadium during the first match of the Danish team against Finland.