Up to 10,000 fans will be allowed at Wembley for the Euros

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The grand reopening of hairdressers, gyms, leisure facilities, stadiums and beauty salons has been unveiled by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

 

The PM announced a full roadmap out of lockdown today. The roadmap was revealed in the House of Commons, and will be announced to the nation in a televised broadcast at 7pm tonight. 

Re-opening non-essential shops, personal care premises such as hairdressers and nail salons, will re-open in step two of the roadmap on April 12.

 

Indoor leisure facilities such as gyms and swimming pools will re-open.

However, social contact rules will continue, so you should only visit these facilities with members of your own household.

The UK reported a further 10,641 daily cases and 178 deaths within 28 days of a positive test on today (Monday.)

 

Boris Johnson has also confirmed that football fans will be able to return to stadiums from May 17 at the earliest. This is fantastic news with Euro 21 approaching!.

Up to 10,000 people or a quarter of the capacity will be allowed in the largest venues, like Wembley. 

 

England are set to host several matches during the European Championships.

Wembley itself is set to stage SEVEN matches at the Euros including all three of England’s group games.

 

Wembley will also host the last-16 clash, both semi-finals and the final itself, with fans in attendance. 

The FA Cup and Carabao Cup will reportedly be played in front of fans at Wembley Stadium as test events ahead of the European Championships, according to The Times.