The Irish FA has confirmed 1060 fans will be allowed to attend next week’s UEFA Euro 2020 Path B Play-Off Final against Slovakia in Belfast.
Fans will be allocated socially distanced seats across the 18,500-capacity stadium. A preference form was issued for current Campaign Card holders to complete and those successful in a ticket ballot will be notified early next week.
Irish FA chief executive Patrick Nelson said: “We have worked closely with the Minister for Communities, Carál Ní Chuilín, and her officials, as well as the team at Belfast City Council, to land on this number. Our own staff have also played a significant role in this and we’re delighted to have fans back at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park, in a safe and responsible setting, for one of our biggest games in recent times.”
Fans attending the match next Thursday (12 November) will be issued with a code of conduct outlining the measures in place to ensure the safety of all supporters.