A provision has been issued to close the away sector of the Olimpico and to ban the sale of tickets for all other sectors to residents of the Netherlands. But there is still alert for the possible arrival of fans in the city
Now it’s official. Feyenoord fans will not be able to attend the match against Roma at the Stadio Olimpico, scheduled for April 20, valid for the second leg of the Europa League quarter-finals. The decision had been in the air since yesterday evening and, as hoped by mayor Roberto Gualtieri, it was adopted by the Prefecture of Rome. The deputy prefect Raffaella Moscarella has issued a provision for the closure of the guest sector of the Foro Italico facility and a ban on the sale of tickets for all other sectors to residents of the Netherlands.
However, the alert level remains high. Several Dutch fans have already booked a flight to Italy and there are also dozens of reservations registered in hotels and B&Bs in the capital. For this reason, a special plan will be prepared in any case to monitor the areas most at risk of the city. In fact, in 2015 it was the Feyenoord fans who invaded the Spanish Steps and damaged the Barcaccia fountain. A precedent that makes the city institutions tremble.
April 1, 2023 (change April 1, 2023 | 16:37)
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