The reports coming from Uefa indicated that the football governing body has concluded plans to allow fans into the stadium for the European Super Cup set in Budapest on September 24,OJB Sport reports.

The winner from that tie will meet the winner of the Champions League in UEFA’s Super Cup at the Puskas Ferenc Stadium this September and the reports claims 30 per cent of the stadium will be open for spectators.

The decider between the Champions League and Europa League winners supposed to be played in August at the Estadio do Dragao in Porto, but amidst the changes in the tournaments and the calendar due to the coronavirus pandemic, the venue of the match has been changed.

Inter have a chance of competing for the European Super Cup this term, as they are currently preparing to face Sevilla in the Europa League Final on Friday.

The Champions League matches is presently going on in Lisbon Portugal, while the Europa League is already in the final stage in Germany.

The following editions of the Super Cup will be played in Belfast (2021), Helsinki (2022), and Kazan (2023).