EFL – Carabao Cup Final which to be played between the Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City on 25th April and for this game total 2000 Fans each club allow at Wembley.
In this Wembley Stadium under 18 Age people and who clinically extremely vulnerable or pregnant advice not to apply for ticket.
To get into Wembley, fans must take a lateral flow coronavirus test at a designated site – not at home – in the 24 hours before the game.
SpursAbility, Tottenham’s disabled supporters’ club, said that it was “extremely disappointed” at the ruling that clinically extremely vulnerable fans should not attend the final.
“Most of our members and supporters will have had their first and second vaccinations and are at considerably lower risk than those who are yet to be vaccinated,” the statement said.
“Government guidance places those aged 70 or over at an equal or higher-risk category, yet there is no exclusion issue for anyone in these higher-risk groups.
“We ask that this criteria in the government-led research programme for reopening live events to the general public be reviewed in terms of actual research to date and the reality of the priorities in the government-defined vaccination programme.”
Researchers at the events will “gather evidence associated with different settings and approaches to managing and mitigating transmission risk”.