UEFA may change the format of the next European Championship and exclude St. Petersburg from the number of cities that will host the tournament matches, reports The Sun.
The article says that due to the pandemic, Euro 2020 can be held at four stadiums in one country. At the same time, St. Petersburg and Baku may be deprived of the right to host matches in the first place.
The sources of information The Sun does not disclose.
Earlier, UEFA reacted to media reports about the reduction in the number of cities for Euro 2020. Then the British newspaper Daily Mail reported that the Union of European Football Associations is considering the possibility of excluding Rome and Bilbao from the list of cities that will host the championship.