Budapest’s new Puskás Ferenc Stadium has passed the toughest test in football and received UEFA’s blessing.
UEFA chairman Aleksander Ceferin expressed his satisfaction with the construction of Budapest’s Puskás Ferenc Stadium during a visit to the site on Sunday.
The Hungarian Football Association (MLSZ) said its chairman, Sándor Csányi, and state secretary Balázs Fürjes, had an informal meeting with Ceferin in the stadium.
Ceferin said he was waiting with great anticipation for the stadium to open in November. Puskás Stadium, Hungary’s biggest, is scheduled to host four Euro 2020 matches.
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