The prime minister agrees, and the Premier League will be in the last two rounds

Starting next Monday, the 17th, fans will be able to return to the stands with a reduced number

PL DisclosureFans will be able to return to the stands in the Premier League

With the success of mass vaccination, the public will return to the stands at Premier League this chapter. On Monday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a new phase in easing restrictions imposed on Covid-19 in the UK, among them the return of fans from 17 May. The idea is that all clubs in the first division can play at least one game with the crowd present before the end of the season scheduled for May 23. “We will open the revolving doors of our sports stadiums, keeping in mind capacity restrictions,” Johnson told a news conference. Under the British government’s plan, the lower capacity stadiums will be able to handle 4,000 fans per match or 50% of the total capacity, whichever is less. In large places and outdoors, this number can reach 10,000 people.

The government expects that from June 21, more fans will be able to participate in sporting events, according to the progress of the Event Research Program (ERP). The decision benefits City of Manchester Who can be the champion in the next rounds and will have the crowd to celebrate. Despite the good news, fans are back in the stands for other competitions. At the end of Premier League Cup, Between Manchester City and TottenhamOn April 25, two thousand fans managed to participate in the event, which was held in Wembley. In the decision of the Federation Cup next Saturday the 15th, Chelsea e LeicesterAlso at Wembley, 21,000 defenders were released. Prince William will also participate in the event, to hand the trophy to the champion team.

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