The Coppa Italia Femminile final on May 30 will be played in front of supporters at Sassuolo’s Mapei Stadium.
AC Milan face Roma on Sunday with silverware on the line, with each club looking to win their first-ever piece of silverware, and as many as 4,300 supporters will be allowed to watch on from the stands in Reggio Emilia.
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“The Coppa Italia final will be open to the public,” the FIGC – Italian football federation – confirmed on Monday, adding that “up to 20 percent (approximately 4,300 people)” will be granted access.
Admission to the game will be free, though supporters must be able to provide one of three COVID-related certifications. The first option is proof of vaccination, another is negative PCR or antigen tests within 48 hours of kick-off, or the third is certification showing the individual has successfully recovered from the coronavirus.
AC Milan supporters can apply for tickets by contacting Biglietteria@acmilan.com, while Roma fans can do so via the club’s website. Supporters of neither Milan nor Roma who wish to attend can apply to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fans were also present for the men’s final, which saw Juventus beat Atalanta 2-1 on May 19.