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Euro football starts on Friday 11 June, with the Italy-Turkey match. The bar owners are preparing, but are worried about the respect of the rules, in particular the curfew at 11 p.m.
The euphoric supporters exult and embrace. This game-day party atmosphere should be different for Euro Football, which starts on Friday 11 June. In Paris, a pub manager prepares to broadcast the first game at 9 p.m. Its bar will welcome half the number of customers than usual, who will experience the match sitting down. The boss assures us that the party will still be there.
Are barrier gestures compatible with the fervor of sport? In Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin), the supporters promise to try. “I think football will take over”, says one of them. “I don’t think it’s possible to really respect the measures”, assures another. Spectators will also have to deal with the curfew at 11 p.m., a few minutes before the end of the match. A key moment that will have to be anticipated for establishments.