The leadership of FC Ural is looking into the situation with the non-admission of a family of fans with a seven-month-old child to the game of the 20th round of the Russian Premier League (RPL) against Dynamo, said club president Grigory Ivanov. The family was not allowed into the stadium because the child did not have a Fan ID.
“The club is looking into this incident. So far, there is no specifics, ”writes
A family from Yekaterinburg wanted to attend the home match of the Ural football club against Dynamo Moscow. The head of the family issued a Fan ID for himself, his wife, and two daughters. He simply did not think that his seven-month-old son should also have a fan card. As a result, they were not allowed to the game and were sent to the MFC, which is next to the stadium, to issue a Fan ID for the child, writes E1.RU.
Fan ID (Fan ID) was introduced in 2022 at the Ekaterinburg Arena and five other Russian stadiums. To get it, Sverdlovsk residents must confirm their identity at the MFC. However, such a system may be abandoned, said the governor of the Sverdlovsk region, Yevgeny Kuyvashev, since the number of fans in the stands has significantly decreased because of it.
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