Italy football stadiums could soon be open at 75 percent of their capacity, while the Government is working to reach 100 percent by the end of the year.
The return of fans to stadiums has been a welcome development for football clubs, but due to COVID restrictions, the arenas are forced to operate with 50 percent capacity, which has irritated both clubs and supporters.
Only those who have a Green Pass with proof of vaccination, or a negative test result within 48 hours of the event can enter a stadium, and they have to wear masks.
The new capacity regulations could go into effect for Nations League fixtures in early October.
“This week there will certainly be the decree and the long-awaited response,”
undersecretary for health
told GR Parlamento.
“The objective then is to reach 100 percent. The data from the pandemic and the effect of the vaccines are positive.
“We want to send tangible signs of a return to normality and full capacity in stadiums would be in that direction.
“I think that by the end of the year, the objective is to reach 100 percent. We must remain prudent, but not afraid.”
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