The Serie A championship will restart with the stadiums partially open to the public. Access will be guaranteed to 25% of the fans, a percentage that will gradually increase over the weeks. The Undersecretary of Health Andrea Costa said: “We talked about it this morning with Minister Speranza: for next season – his words on Radio Punto Nuovo –Serie A will start with 25% of the public in attendance “.
Also confirmed the departure date, 22 August. The three European matches played by Italy at the Olimpico (with fans), considered a sort of dress rehearsal in view of the championship, therefore convinced Minister Speranza: “There will be a gradual progression in the following weeks with a percentage increase – he continued Costa -. Next season, so it will be with the public in attendance and not less than 25%. It takes prudence, a sense of responsibility, but it has never been lacking in citizens ».
The weekend of March 1, 2020 was the last in Italy with unrestricted stadiums. Then a small reopening on 19 September (a maximum of 1000 spectators admitted to the lifts), until the last closure on 25 October. Before the European Championship, an attempt at normality was made with the Coppa Italia final between Juventus and Atalanta, with Mapei Stadium at 20% of the total capacity. As for the possibility of asking for a transfer from Wembley for the European final, “I see no alternative in London – added Costa -, and as a European citizen I hope that everything will remain this way: it would be good that there are no complicated situations in Europe”.
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