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The plan for fans return to stadiums is confirmed by La Liga

Thu 26 November 2020 | 23:14

La Liga president Javier Tebas has confirmed his organization is trying for 3,000 fans to be authorized to go back to stadiums.

Tebas

said that the league will have talks with the Spanish government to form an agreement that could see fans back in stadiums all over the country.

Supporters have not been allowed to attend any senior matches across Spanish football since the original postponement of sport across Europe in March when the Covid-19 pandemic began.

Still, fans have been allowed into stadiums on a restricted basis in non-professional football and now there are programs to extend limited entry into the top two divisions in Spain.

We are going to speak with the Government to put 3,000 people back in the stadiums."

League supremo

Tebas

told the World Football Submit.

There are areas in Spain like the Canary Islands, the Baleares or Madrid where they are already in a position to accommodate fans.

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Right now, the government wants legislation for all of Spain but that is not possible.

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