UEFA Europa League: Follow The Games From Home

Leicester City Football Club wishes to remind its supporters that each of its UEFA Europa League fixtures in this season’s group stage is scheduled to take place behind closed doors and, as such, they should not make plans to travel to games at home or abroad.
UEFA Europa League trophy

- Supporters reminded that no home or away fans are currently permitted into any of its UEFA Europa League fixtures
- Fans are asked not to travel to Greece, Portugal or Ukraine for Leicester City games
- Government guidance advises against all non-essential international travel
- Home games will continue to be played without supporters until further notice

The Foxes face opponents in Greece, Portugal and Ukraine in Group G of this season’s competition, with no home or away supporters permitted to attend any fixture, while UK Government guidance also advises against all non-essential travel to Portugal and Ukraine. 

A mandatory 14-day quarantine may apply when UK travellers arrive and return from Portugal and Ukraine, and while this is not currently the case for Greece, the advice is under constant review and could change at any time. 

Supporters are strongly encouraged to continue to follow government guidelines, to avoid travelling to stadiums or host cities and to follow Leicester City matches from home.

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