The Sanchez Pizjun host the two quarterfinal matches of the Champions League due to sanitary restrictions by the Covid between Portugal and the United Kingdom
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The two Champions League quarterfinal matches between the Chelsea and the Port They will be played in Seville due to health restrictions due to covid-19 between Portugal and the United Kingdom, the Portuguese club announced on Tuesday.
“UEFA has confirmed that the two quarterfinals of the Champions League between Porto and Chelsea will be played at the Ramn Snchez Pizjun stadium in Seville,” the Portuguese team reported in a statement on its official website.
The first leg with Porto at home will take place on April 7, while the return will be six days later, the April 13th.
“UEFA thanks Porto and Chelsea for their support and close cooperation, as well as the Portuguese Football Federation, the English Federation, the Spanish Federation and Sevilla FC for their help and their agreement to organize the matches,” said the European football governing body in a statement.
Portugal jug en Turn
The Portuguese government extended the suspension of flights with the United Kingdom on Monday until April 15 to limit the spread of new variants of covid-19. There are exceptions provided for medical emergencies or for residents of both countries, but not for top-level athletes.
For this same reason, the Portuguese national team, which has many footballers playing for English clubs, had to play its qualifying match for the Qatar 2022 World Cup last week against Azerbaijan (1-0 win) in the Italian city of Turn.
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