Wimbledon is allowed to be completely full, Wembley is not for the semi-finals and finals

The two tennis courts at Wimbledon may be completely filled in the second week of the tournament. Wembley will not be used to full capacity in the semi-finals and finals of the European Championship. 60,000 spectators are welcome there.

Wimbledon marks the first time stadiums in the UK have been able to fully utilize capacity since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March last year.

In the Center Court, all 14,979 seats can be filled in the men’s and women’s quarter-finals, semi-finals and final. Also, all 12,345 seats in Court No. 1 may finish in the quarter-finals. Visitors to Wimbledon must be able to show that they have been vaccinated or tested negative when entering the site. The tournament started last Monday at 50 percent of its normal capacity. Wimbledon was canceled last year for the first time since 1945.

67% at Wembley
60,000 spectators are welcome at Wembley for the semi-finals and final. This means that the stadium is 67% full. Italy – Spain is scheduled to host on Tuesday night, followed later by the semi-final between England and Denmark. The European Championship final next Sunday at 9 pm.

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