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Premier League matches with spectators in place?  The British government opens its doors early next week – Sport – svenska.yle.fi

Premier League matches with spectators in place? The British government opens its doors early next week – Sport – svenska.yle.fi

After more than eight months without fans in the Premier League stands, the British government is opening its doors to the public – as early as next week.

Have you been sitting on the couch missing the fans and the cheers during the Premier League weekends? Soon, some seats in the arenas may be filled.

The British government announced on Monday that a maximum of 4,000 spectators can be allowed in outdoor arenas when the lockdown ends on December 2.

The number of spectators depends on the spread of infection. The UK has divided it into three phases and in the worst affected areas, games without spectators will still be in effect.

In the better located areas, the number of spectators is 4,000, and in the areas located in the middle tier, it is 2,000 people. It is not clear which areas are at what stage, he reports BBC.

The resolution will also be voted on in the British House of Commons later this week.

No audience for a long time

In different parts of European football, spectators were somewhat welcomed during the fall, but in Germany, for example, the authorities chose to close the doors again.

In England, the Premier League has been played behind closed doors since the match resumed in June. The last match was played with an audience in March.

– This is a start. It’s limited numbers, but it brings back the feeling and connection to the masses. Burnley boss Sean Dyche said: We missed them.

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Burnley beat Crystal Palace 1-0 in Monday’s league game – the team’s first win of the autumn – played in front of empty stands at Turf Moor.

The first possible home matches in the Premier League will take place on the first weekend in December.