During team matches, approximately 1,500 Swedes were able to see Blågult immediately.
Now the Round of 16 awaits you at Hampden Park in Glasgow, which really makes it to the Swedes who have been hoping to watch the play-off game from the stands.
In the current situation, it is impossible to travel to the UK without the need for a ten-day quarantine upon arrival. A severe blow to the Swedish national team, which appreciated the support in the arenas of Seville and Saint Petersburg.
– It’s great to play with the fans, it’s been a while for me. Robin Quayson said recently that so many Swedish fans have come here and taken their time, I appreciate them very much.
I’m hoping for a blue and yellow crowd party anyway
Albin Ekdal filled in:
Sadly, the European Championship play-off will be played without Swedish fans. I think it’s bad planning, to put matches in a country where no one is allowed in. But one can hope that the Swedes who live in Glasgow or London will come. They wanted to see the Swedish shirts in the stands.
About 100,000 Swedes live permanently in the UK, and the Swedish players now hope people will apply to Glasgow.
In a clip posted on Twitter Midfielder Victor Nelson Lindelof urges all UK Blues and Yellows to take part in a competition where the prize will be match tickets.
Sweden, it’s time. To all of the Swedes living in the UK, we need you. Let’s color Glasgow yellow and blue, say “Vigge” and continue:
– To win tickets, all you have to do is tell me you’re Swedish without telling me you’re Swedish. good luck.
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