The Super Cup is seen as Europe's international club season opener, featuring the previous season's Champions League winner against the Europa League winner
Fans will be allowed to attend the Uefa Super Cup match between Bayern Munich and Sevilla in Budapest on Sept. 24, European football’s governing body said Tuesday.
All games in the recent Champions League and Europa League final-stage mini-tournaments were behind closed doors, but Uefa’s executive committee ruled that up to 30% of the 67,215 capacity Puskas Arena in the Hungarian capital can be taken by fans.
However, Uefa said all other Uefa matches, including the upcoming Nations League matches and club competition qualifiers, will continue to be played behind closed doors until further notice.
The Budapest match is being viewed by Uefa as a test for their “Return to Play” plans.
It has not yet been decided whether only local fans will be allowed to attend the match or also travelling supporters.
The Super Cup is seen as Europe's international club season opener, featuring the previous season's Champions League winner against the Europa League winner.