The Bilbao City Council has confirmed today that The Euro 2020 matches to be played in San Mamés, the three of the first phase of the Spanish team, will be able to witness them in the stands of the field about 14,000 spectators. From the council of the capital of Biscay they have assured the Efe agency that “after several weeks of joint work, throughout today, April 7, the documentation required by UEFA will be sent (-the RFEF will do it-) in relation to the possible public capacity at Euro 2020 at the 'Bilbao headquarters' ”.
According to the City Council itself, “the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and the Health Department of the Basque Government have signed and completed the documents requested by UEFA and by which, based on the criteria given by the Health Department before the global pandemic that we are suffering, the ‘Bilbao headquarters’ is committed to up to 25% of the public at the San Mames stadium for the Euro 2020 football matches, according to the indicators and values determined by the competent health authorities”.
Juan Mari Aburto, mayor of the capital of Biscay, has “sent a letter of thanks to the chief executive of UEFA, Martin Callen, for the facilities given and the good disposition in the relations between the highest body of European football and the Bilbao headquarters for the Euro 2020 ”.
San Mamés will host the Group E matches: Spain-Sweden (Monday June 14, 9:00 p.m.), Spain-Poland (Saturday June 19, 9:00 p.m.), Slovakia-Spain (Wednesday June 23, 6:00 p.m.) and the round of 16 between the first of group B and the third of A / D / E / F.