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Britain agrees to a limited attendance in the League Cup final

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The British government has agreed to a limited number of spectators in the FA Cup final.

With the approval of the British government, the final match of the English Football League Cup between Manchester City and Tottenham will be held with a limited presence of spectators at Wembley Stadium, according to News i and quoted by the Telegraph.

Based on this, 8,000 fans can watch this match closely, and the share of spectators in each team will be 4,000, so that after a long time, we will see the presence of spectators in English stadiums again.

Free tickets will also be available to medical staff in the UK who have made great efforts to curb the coronavirus and will be able to watch the game for free.

In Italy and Spain, teams are also trying to prepare for the limited attendance of spectators before the end of the current season, so that we can gradually see the presence of spectators in stadiums across continental Europe.

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