Hungary forced to play game behind closed doors due to fan racism, let in 30,000+ under 14s, who boo England players taking the knee pic.twitter.com/jt652RE310
— Sam Cunningham (@samcunningham) June 4, 2022
England made the trip to the Puskas Arena for their UEFA Nations League clash, in a contest that was to be played behind-closed-doors after hosts Hungary were issued a three-match spectator ban.
While officially being played behind-closed-doors, the Hungarian FA used a UEFA regulation that allowed children to attend, accompanied by an adult. The association said over 30,000 children registered for tickets for Saturday’s match, which were complimentary as part of UEFA’s Disciplinary Procedures.
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