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La Liga Chiefs set attendance limit for spectators

La Liga chiefs have set limit to attendance of spectators into stadiums for matches when Spanish football returns from the coronavirus pandemic.

La liga President Javier Tebas (Image: Goal)

Most teams returned to training in groups of 10 this week, a return on June 12 is looking increasingly likely for La liga.

League managers have drawn up a detailed plan to ensure maximum safety of all those involved, which has been presented to clubs.

The strict measures on the draft document will help to accelerate Spanish football’s plans to return, which will have to be given the approval by the State.

Main condition involves players and officials, who will undergo Covid-19 tests 24 hours before games.

Stadiums are set to be divided into three different zones: green, blue and red. Unlike the Bundesliga, there will be no restrictions on celebrations.

La Liga and the Abu Dhabi Sports Council, working together to make ...Spanish La Liga management (Image: La liga)

Only 94 fans will be allowed inside the green zone, including 22 starting players, 18 squad players, 16 members of the coaching and medical staff, six Red Cross staff, six police officers , five match-day officials, and four ballboys.

Furthermore, 103 people will occupy the blue zone, including club officials, security and 40 broadcasters. Outside the stadium in the red zone, there are plans in place to prevent fans from gathering.

Football lovers will be given their own entry point, which will be one of just three across the whole stadium.

Kit managers will layout fresh kit in individual sealed plastic bags for each player three hours before kick-off, and players will be required to change at half-time.

Changing rooms will be set to 21C with between 50-60% humidity, having been disinfected and sealed 24 hours before each game.

Javier Tebas, La Liga president insists that there is practically zero risk to players in training or matches if protocol is carried out.

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