Hungary’s raucous fans at Euro 2020 have impressed many with their noise and colour at the packed Puskas Arena in Budapest, the only tournament venue without an anti-coronavirus spectator limit.

The buzzing atmosphere at the 68,000-seater stadium even stoked speculation that UEFA could move the semi-finals and final there from restricted-capacity Wembley.

But the behaviour of some fans has prompted UEFA to probe “potentially discriminatory incidents”, and shone a light on an increasingly hostile climate for gay people in Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s Hungary.


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