UEFA details Euro 2020 rules for teams hit by virus issues

FILE-In this March 16, 2020 taken photo jogger make their way after the sun sets at the 'Allianz Arena' soccer stadium in Munich, Germany. European ruling body UEFA said on Friday the German city of Munich will remain as one of the Euro 2020 host cities. The confirmation came during a UEFA executive board videoconference after the federation was informed by local authorities that all four matches in Munich will be able to welcome a minimum of 14,500 spectators.

GENEVA (AP) — Teams hit by COVID-19 cases or mandatory quarantine at the European Championship can have their games postponed for up to 48 hours to get new players in, UEFA said Tuesday.

UEFA published extra rules for the June 11-July 11 tournament, including raising squad sizes from 23 players to 26 to help teams cope amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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