England followers travelling to Italy to look at the crew’s Euro 2020 quarter-final conflict with Ukraine have been warned they won’t be allowed within the stadium.
An announcement issued by the Italian embassy in London on Thursday stated that as a consequence of present coronavirus restrictions within the nation, “anyone who has been within the UK within the earlier 14 days, no matter their nationality or residency won’t be admitted to the stadium, even when they’ve a ticket”.
Italy is on the UK’s amber journey listing, and all UK arrivals in Italy presently must isolate for 5 days.
The assertion continued: “Solely those that can show that they’ve arrived in Italy not less than six days beforehand, have noticed 5 days of quarantine, and have taken a post-quarantine COVID-19 check with a unfavorable end result might be allowed into the Stadio Olimpico.
“Being exempt from quarantine in Italy for any authorized motive, won’t translate into permission to enter the stadium. For instance, travellers who’re transiting via Italy for lower than 36 hours or visiting briefly for work causes will not be required to quarantine, however they won’t be permitted to enter the stadium.”
Anybody discovered to be not in quarantine “might be punished”, officers stated.
“Followers primarily based within the UK ought to due to this fact not journey to Italy to attend the match on Saturday on the Stadio Olimpico in Rome,” they added.
England beat Germany on Tuesday to arrange the showdown within the Everlasting Metropolis.
The newest warning comes after the FA stated on Wednesday that it “won’t be promoting any tickets through the England Supporters Journey Membership for this fixture” as a consequence of UK and Italian journey restrictions.