Denmark fans have been permitted to travel to Amsterdam for their Round of 16 ties against Wales at Euro 2020. On the other hand, Wales supporters have been banned from attending the match. Previously as both, countries were not on the Netherlands safe country list, it was reported that both sets of supporters will not be able to attend. Denmark’s director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Citizen Service, Erik Bogger revealed that fans could attend the match if they can enter and leave the country within 12 hours.
“You can get to football, but you have to plan quite carefully if you do not want to risk being quarantined in a hotel room,” Brogger said before Denmark play Wales at Euro 2020. “It should be technically possible, but you have to plan it pretty carefully. For most people, it will probably be better to stay at home. We encourage you to watch the match at home.”
The authorities have maintained that they need to undergo a negative PCR test that is not more than three days old. Denmark fans would need to spend 10 days in isolation. They will be required to get a quarantine certificate showing proof of where they would stay in isolation.
Denmark beat Russia in their final group game to finish second in their group ahead of Finland and Russia. They had previously lost both their group games against Finland and Belgium leaving them all to do in their final game.