Italy hopes to have fans in Serie A stadiums by August

Italy hopes to have fans in Serie A stadiums by August
Italy hopes to have fans in Serie A stadiums by August

Italy hopes to have fans in Serie A stadiums by August and September, but won’t rule out July either, as the coronavirus pandemic eases.

The Ministry for Health in Italy hopes to have fans in Serie A stadiums by August and September, but won’t rule out July either, as the coronavirus pandemic eases.

“We all recognise that football without fans is not the same thing.” undersecretary for the Ministry of Health Carlo Sibilia told Radio Punto Nuovo.

“I dream of seeing crowds back in the stadium, but we have to be cautious. I hope it’ll be possible to get fans in for August or September.”

“Considering the rules for theatres and cinemas is for around 1,000 people with social distancing, July could be discussed, but it’s more complicated to get 10,000 people through the turnstiles of the Stadio San Paolo.”

“With the data we have today, we wouldn’t be able to guarantee safety for people in the stadium, but I hope we can be in a position to talk about this by the end of August.”

“I can assure you that getting Italian football back to normal, in safety, is a primary objective.”

Credit: Football Italia

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