The Scottish authorities has given approval for 12,000 supporters – 25% of the stadium’s capability – to attend Euro 2020 matches at Hampden in June.
Uefa had given the 12 host cities till Wednesday to submit plans for fan attendance, with the probability of some venues being switched if no ensures may very well be given.
A closing choice from the governing physique is more likely to come on Friday.
Scotland are set to start out towards the Czech Republic at Hampden on 14 June.
The nationwide stadium can be scheduled to host Croatia’s Group D assembly with the Czechs 4 days later, adopted by Croatia v Scotland on 22 June, and a last-16 recreation on 29 June.
The championship – Scotland’s first look at a serious finals since 1998 – was purported to be held final yr earlier than being delayed due to coronavirus.
Uefa is eager to have as many followers inside venues as doable and will reject cities that can’t present ensures on supporter attendance.
It’s understood Glasgow’s plans will work on the premise that followers will likely be allowed inside with strict adherence to the two-metre social distancing guidelines.
A call on whether or not there will likely be a Fan Zone within the metropolis will likely be made on the finish of April and Uefa will keep up a correspondence with ticket holders for the matches on Friday.
Under present plans, giant scale occasions might resume in Scotland from 17 May, however the Euro 2020 matches at Hampden in June are the primary affirmation of followers returning to stadia in Scotland.
Fears proceed for different host cities as a 3rd wave of the pandemic threatens mainland Europe – with Germany and France particularly seeing dramatic rises in case numbers.
Dublin – which is because of host three group video games – has advised Uefa that it’s at present unable to offer assurances on minimal spectator ranges.
However, the Italian Football Federation say Rome’s Stadio Olimpico will welcome spectators, and the Dutch authorities have introduced plans to allow 12,000 followers to attend matches at Amsterdam’s Johan Cruijff Arena.