12벳 유로 소식 -유로 2020 재개 여부 접수시작

코로나 바이러스로 중단된 각 프로 축구 리그들의 재개 여부를 오는5월 25일까지 접수하도록 요청했다는 소식입니다.

영국 스포츠 전문매체 스카이스포츠는 28일 “UEFA가 각국 리그에대해 세부적인 재개 계획을 5월 25일까지 제출할 것을 요청했다”했고 현재까지는 폴란드와 체코가 각각 5월 29일, 5월 25일 리그를 재개를 확정지었습니다.

UEFA는 리그의 재개 는 집행위원회 회의를 통해 챔피언스리그와유로파리그 등 유럽클럽대항전 관련 계획을 논의하고, 8월 중으로일정을 끝낼 것이라고 합니다. . 

루마니아 부쿠레슈티 아레나 나치오날러 그리고 스코틀랜드 글래스고의 햄던파크 가 내년에 내년에 예정된 토너먼트를  준비할 것이라고 재확인했습니다.

루마니아 스포츠 장관은 “루마니아 축구 연맹은 UEFA 유럽 축구 선수권 대회 개최 가능성을 재확인하는 데 필요한 24 개의 마지막 보증서한을 UEFA에 제출했습니다. 

부쿠레슈티의 아레나 내셔널에서 진행되는 경기는 오스트리아 v 플레이 오프 승자 D (A), 우크라이나 v 플레이 오프 승자 D (A), 우크라이나 v 오스트리아, 16 강 1F v 3A / B / C입니다. Arena Nationala는 55,634 석으로 루마니아에서 가장 큰 축구 경기장입니다. 

한편 스코틀랜드 글래스고 햄던 파크외 4경기장의 상태를 확인했습니다. 플레레이 오프 승자 C v 체코, 크로아티아 v 체코, 크로아티아v 플레이 오프 승자 C, 16 : 1E v 3A / B / C / D 라운드)입니다. 스코틀랜드의 햄든 스타디움 (Hampden Stadium)은 개장 당시 세계에서 가장 큰 경기장으로  수용가능인원이  100,000명입니다.

유럽선수권대회(유로2020) 개최예정지  12개 도시 런던, 뮌헨, 로마, 바쿠, 상트페테르부르크, 부쿠레슈티, 암스테르담, 더블린, 빌바오, 부다페스트, 글래스고, 코펜하겐에게도 예정 대로 유치가능한지의 여부를 요청했다고 알렸습니다. 

Among the latest venues to confirm their commitment to Euro 2020 hosting are Bucharest and Glasgow, according to separate announcements earlier this week. In March, a tough decision was made by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), as the most glorious 24-team European Championship was called-off and will resume after a year due to the threat of global pandemic.

Romania, in a statement has reconfirmed its capital Bucharest remains ready to host matches at next year’s rescheduled tournament. “The Romanian Football Federation submitted to UEFA the last guarantee letter of the 24 necessary to re-affirm the availability to host the UEFA’s European Football Championship,” the sports ministry said. 

The matches to be played at Bucharest’s Arena Nationala are Austria v Play-off winner D (A), Ukraine v Play-off winner D (A), Ukraine v Austria, Round of 16: 1F v 3A/B/C. Arena Nationala is a revamped stadium that has 55,634 seats and the largest football stadium in Romania. “Thus, Romania officially re-confirmed its commitment to organising this important sporting event,” the statement added. 

Meanwhile, a spokesperson for Local Organising Committee Glasgow also reconfirms the city’s status in hosting four matches at Hampden Park. “This followed extensive discussions with all relevant stakeholders and partners involved in hosting the tournament in Glasgow since the March 17 postponement decision,” the statement reads.

Matches due to be played in Glasglow venue  are Play-off winner C v Czech Republic, Croatia v Czech Republic, Croatia v Play-off winner C, Round of 16: 1E v 3A/B/C/D). Scotland’s Hampden Stadium was the biggest stadium in the world when it was opened, with a capacity in excess of 100,000. It has staged the first ever international football game: Scotland 0-0 England, 1872. 

These confirmations were announced shortly after UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin said three of the 12 venues had “issues” in regard to getting ready for the event, which will now be staged in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic but will still be known as Euro 2020. Ceferin did not specify which cities are in danger of being cut.

Previously, the Irish government has reiterated its desire to stage part of the tournament in Dublin. Despite being the worst-hit country – Italy and Spain – in Rome and Bilbao remained committed in hosting the games, ruling out previous reports that they are among the venues to express doubts due to the high personal and financial toll of the coronavirus.

Traditionally, the European Championship is being hosted by one country or with co-hosts, but UEFA opted for a multi-city approach in 2014 to celebrate the tournament’s 60th anniversary.Held every four years, Euro is considered the most popular football tournament next to the World Cup in terms of international prestige.

The matches of the 2020 Euro Cup were initially scheduled to be held at stadiums in 12 different cities across Europe, namely in London (England), Munich (Germany), Rome (Italy), Baku (Azerbaijan), St. Petersburg (Russia), Bucharest (Romania), Amsterdam (The Netherlands), Dublin (Ireland), Bilbao (Spain), Budapest (Hungary), Glasgow (Scotland) and Copenhagen (Denmark).