For the first time ever, the UEFA European Championship will take place across the whole continent, with matches played in 11 different countries—from Baku in Azerbaijan to Saint Petersburg in Russia. While this offers a unique opportunity to organise a truly European tournament, it also presents significant challenges for travelling fans, especially in light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Find out more about UEFA EURO 2020 host cities, including current public health measures, entry requirements, public transport options, and local legal support.
A Fans’ Embassy is an advice, information, and support service for football fans travelling to an away game or an international tournament in a foreign country. They are run by experienced fans or professional fan workers. Find out more about the Fans' Embassies that will be active at UEFA EURO 2020, including background information, website addresses, and contact details.
In order to make sure that any potential issues at UEFA EURO 2020 are brought to the attention of the relevant authorities as soon as possible, Football Supporters Europe (FSE) intends to collect feedback from match-going fans throughout tournament. Complete the Fans' Embassies Fans Survey and have your say on everything from ticket prices and services to stewarding and communication.
The Centre for Accessibility in Football (CAFE) works on behalf of disabled fans, employees, volunteers, and leaders in football to make sure that everyone has equal opportunities to contribute in an accessible, inclusive and welcoming environment. To this end, CAFE have published comprehensive access information on the stadiums hosting UEFA EURO 2020 matches, as well as a survey for disabled fans. Click to find out more.
That's a wrap! Below, you’ll find a visual roundup of some of the sights that greeted fans during the UEFA EURO 2020 final at Wembley.
All the images were provided by Fans’ Embassies volunteers, so we would be grateful if you could ask for permission before sharing.