Turkey will allow a limited number of fans to attend its World Cup qualifier match against Latvia at Istanbul’s Atatürk Olympic Stadium on Tuesday, according to the Turkish Football Federation (TFF).
The 76,000-seat Atatürk Olympic Stadium will admit fans to 15% of its capacity, the TFF said in a statement on its website.
However, the match will be a one-time arrangement and will follow all UEFA, TFF and Turkish health protocols, including mandatory Life Fits into Home (HES) codes, which is a Ministry of Health mobile application that tracks COVID-19 infections.
The tickets, priced at TL 25 ($3.06) and TL 50, would go on sale Monday.
Turkey won 4-2 in its first World Cup qualifiers match against the Netherlands last Wednesday.
It then handed Norway a 3-0 defeat on Saturday to go top in Group G.
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