The Premier League has made the decision while the government opposes the introducing of a vaccine passport.
The Premier League announced that fans must bring a vaccination proof or a negative Covid-19 test to attend the stadiums.
This process has started from the beginning of the season and now the Premier League intends to continue it and asked the fans to use the mask indoors and to have a safe distance from others. From next month, in stadiums with a capacity of 20,000 or more, fans will have to show their full vaccination proof to attend the stadium.
Health secretary, Sajid Javid recently announced that he opposes the plan.
conducted a random coronavirus test in their recent match against Newcastle United. Fans have been allowed across the UK since the start of the season after last season ended without spectators in stadiums.
Meanwhile, the Premier League announced that there were three positive tests in recent tests of 3,039 players and club members.