News from Premier League as the Football Association to allow Fans into stadiums in last Two matchdays might also allow Away Fans.
Football has certainly been a tough situation after the coronavirus pandemic broke out across the globe. The government enforced lockdown since March 2020 but allowed the football to resume from June 2020.
Staying in a bio-secure bubble and Playing in an empty stadium became a practised custom among sporting clubs and events.
Back to stands!
United Kingdom Government has recently revealed they’ll allow certain unlock norms from Mid May. Hence, Premier League currently planning to arrange the gift for all football fans across England; with 10,000 fans or 25% (whichever is lower) inside the stadium.
Premier League teams will play at least one game in front of their home crowd. The association wants to thank fans for staying beside in tough times. Premier League management will be going to plan to bring the fans during match week 37 and 38.
The report by Premier League chief Richard Masters mentioned that, “The return of fans and ultimately full stadiums remains our primary goal, therefore our view is that we must accept the opportunity to host as wide a range of supporters as possible.
“That being the case, the executive proposes an away-ticket allocation of 5 per cent of available capacity (a maximum of 500 away fans) at round 37 and 38 matches, respecting the £30 away-ticket price cap.”
Away fans are certainly crucial for every football game inside a stadium. United Government might lift the ‘No Away Fans’ rule and regulate it within 500 or 5% of the stadium allowed capacity.