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Media: Europa League will be played in four German cities, Cologne will host the final

The match will be held from August 10 to 21, all teams, starting from the quarter-finals, will play one match each, which will take place without spectators

ACC, June 15th. The final part of the playoffs of the European Football League will be held in German Duisburg, Gelsenkirchen, Dusseldorf and Cologne. This was announced on Twitter by BeIN Sports journalist Tancredi Palmieri.

According to him, Germany will host all meetings starting from the quarterfinals of the Europa League. The games will be held from August 10 to 21, the final will be held in Cologne. All teams will hold one match, which will take place without spectators. Clubs that did not manage to start the confrontation in the 1/8 finals will also play it in one match in Germany. Teams that played one meeting will play a return match in accordance with the original regulations.

The German Championship was the first among the leading European championships, which was resumed after a pause caused by the coronavirus pandemic. German cities have been hosting football matches since May 16th.

Earlier it was reported that the final part of the Champions League will be held in Lisbon, because of which the procedure for holding subsequent finals in certain cities will be shifted by one year. A similar decision will be made in relation to the Europa League. The finals of this year’s tournament were to be held in Gdansk, Poland, the city will host a decisive meeting in 2021. As a result, the Spanish Seville will be the host of the finals of 2022, Budapest – 2023.

Also, according to Palmieri, a draw will be held in the Champions League and the Europa League before the mini-tournaments, as a result of which the teams will know their possible rivals in the bracket. In addition, a decision will be discussed to allow clubs to add new players to complete the remainder of both tournaments.

The Champions League and the Europa League were suspended in March due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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