The Parisian team will spend next Sunday’s game on a giant screen in their stadium. Only five thousand people can enter due to sanitary restrictions.
After the historic victory against Leipzig, PSG is already preparing for the grand finale of the Champions. While the players regain energy thinking about Sunday’s clash, from Paris they are organizing a “party” in the Princes Park: the club will let its fans in to see the match in the stadium on a giant screen.
However, given the sanitary restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the French team will only be able to host 5,000 fans in its enclosure to watch the match.
Tickets will be sold following the same principle that was established in the friendly matches against Waasland-Beveren and Celtic FC. The club, given the strong demand from the fans, will establish an order of priority in order to facilitate access to its most loyal subscribers.
The PSG will take all the necessary measures to respect the sanitary protocol, such as the installation of alcohol gel terminals in different parts of the stadium, the use of a mask on a mandatory basis and social distancing, which must be respected by a seat between each person present in the Park of the Princes.
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