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Did you attend the Euro 2020 final? Then share your experiences...

An independent review into the events surrounding the Euro 2020 final has launched a survey which all ticket holders are invited to complete. It is being conducted by Baroness Casey of Blackstock for the Football Association (FA).

Matchgoers have been invited to share their experiences and responses will remain completely anonymous but they will “help the review to understand people’s experiences of the event and their wider experiences of the day.”

If you were a ticket holder you should have received an email to the account from which you purchased the ticket – the email we have seen came from [email protected]. If you can’t see the email check your junk folder.

Malcolm Clarke, chair of the Football Supporters’ Association, said:

“We welcome the Casey review and encourage all fans who had tickets and attended the final to spend a few minutes completing the comprehensive questionnaire. It is important that Baroness Casey has as much evidence as possible from ordinary supporters, not just the authorities.

“No-one can condone the awful behaviour by some of those outside Wembley without tickets but it is also important that all of the authorities, both inside and outside of football, accept their share of the responsibility for any failures in organisation.”


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