Fans are allowed at Uefa Euro 2020, even if stadiums aren’t full

A full house doesn’t mean a full stadium for this year’s coronavirus-impacted European Championship.
All 11 host cities from Glasgow to St. Petersburg, and Sevilla to Bucharest have agreed to allow at least some fans into their stadiums for Euro 2020 matches.
Restrictions related to the pandemic, however, could still affect the final numbers even with the tournament set to open on Friday in Rome.
The most should be in the east, with Budapest, Baku and St. Petersburg expected to fill between 50% and 100% of capacity. In Hungary, that means a possible 68,000 fans the full stadium capacity for the Puskas Arena could be there to watch matches involving the host nation taking on both Cristiano Ronaldo and European champion Portugal, and Kylian Mbappe and World Cup champion France.
Portugal and France will also play each other in the city, on June 23, with advancement to the round of 16 possibly on the line.
Baku and St. Petersburg want their stadiums half full. In Azerbaijan, that