On Saturday, local time, Germany will usher in the UEFA Europa League match with Ukraine in Kiev. German media reported that this match will allow 21,000 spectators to enter.
The game will be played in Kiev, Ukraine, and German media reports that the game will be played in front of 21,000 fans. A few days ago, the German-Turkish match was held in the northern German city of Cologne. At that time, the German Football Association only allowed 300 fans to enter the stadium.
The German team is in a group with Spain, Ukraine and Switzerland in the UEFA Europa League. In the previous two UEFA Europa League games, the German team has scored a tie in both games and currently ranks third in the group with 2 points.
Three days later, Germany will also usher in the UEFA Europa League match with Switzerland.