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This is a great novelty, or rather a throwback. UEFA announced in a press release that it wants to test the use of standing stands again in three countries next season. Germany, England and France are affected by this change. Thus, for European competitions, French clubs will be able to use spaces where supporters will no longer be forced to sit. Until now, the regulations required a seat with backrest and a seat number.
PSG: standing stands at the Parc des Princes for the Champions League
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— The Parisian | PSG (@le_Parisien_PSG) July 27, 2022
However, only Paris Saint-Germain and FC Nantes will be able to take part in this test as confirmed by The Parisian. Both teams have an adapted stadium. As far as the capital club is concerned, 1,500 seats in the Auteuil stand are concerned.
UEFA has decided to test the return of standing stands in three European countries: France, England and Germany. FC Nantes and PSG will thus be able to test the system next season in the Champions League and at FC Nantes.