Football fans can get to watch their team played in the Final of the Europa League in Gdnansk Poland later this month. The Stadium can take up with up to 9,500 fans, European football ruling body UEFA said
UEFA said this followed agreement with Polish authorities. The stadium can use up to 25 per cent of its capacity for the May 26 final.
But foreign fans will have to observe coronavirus rule for entry into Poland and restrictions when there to see their teams played. Tickets went on sale on Monday and are available until Friday.
The semi-final second legs will be played this Thursday when Roma will be looking to turn around the tie after the 6-2 away defeat. They will have to be in their best to have a chance of booking a place in the Finals come may 26. An emphatic 4-0 win could see them Knocked Manchester United out
The second game for the night will see Arsenal attempt to overcome a 2-1 deficit at home to Villarreal. The Gunners were far from their best in the first leg last week Thursday, Both teams saw red and will miss key players for the second leg.This promises to be a thrilling encounter.