Italy to allow 1000 fans in stadiums from 1st May

Italy to allow 1000 fans in stadiums from 1st May

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Italy to allow 1000 fans in stadiums from 1st May

Italy will allow up to a thousand spectators to attend sports matches in open stadiums from 1 May. That is true in the regions least affected by the corona virus, the Italian government reported on Friday.

The Serie A football matches, the highest basketball and volleyball competitions and the tennis tournament on the clay court in Rome (9-16 May) can take place with a limited number of spectators.

A maximum of five hundred spectators are allowed for indoor sports from 1 May. There too, the relaxation only applies in the so-called yellow areas where the restrictions are the least strict. It concerns all “sporting events of national importance”, said a spokesman for the Secretary of State for Sport.

Italy to allow 1000 fans in stadiums from 1st May

Italy to allow 1000 fans in stadiums from 1st May

Earlier this week, the Italian government had already given permission to the Stadio Olimpico (Rome) to open a quarter of the capacity – about 17,000 seats – for the four matches of the European Football Championship, which are scheduled for June and July. stand.

In Italy, all stadiums have been completely closed to the public since October after opening for several weeks in September. Even then there was a limit of a thousand spectators

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