Three matches were moved to the northern capital of Russia from Dublin, Ireland.
UEFA should now announce the transfer of Euro 2020 matches from Dublin to St. Petersburg, sports journalist Nobel Arustamyan reports on his Telegram channel.
The blame for the postponement lies in the fact that the Irish authorities cannot guarantee the holding of matches in the presence of spectators due to coronavirus restrictions.
This is how St. Petersburg will host the matches Poland-Slovakia, Sweden-Slovakia and Sweden Poland. The meetings will take place from 14 to 23 June.
According to Arustamyan, St. Petersburg is ready to host matches. Dublin has another playoff match scheduled, but it will be relocated to another city.
Earlier, UEFA refused to host Euro 2020 matches in Bilbao.