The English Football League expects fully married stadiums next year.
After Monday’s decision by the British government a Manchester It announced that it will receive Everton in front of 10,000 spectators at the Etihad Stadium next Sunday in the final round of the current Premier League announcement. The next step in easing restrictions will be to allow 10,000 spectators at major UK outdoor events or 25 per cent of stadium capacity utilization (whichever is less) in the UK from 17 May, with Manchester FC benefiting. From this season, for his last league game. So if City wins the championship, the trophy can be handed over to the spectators.
The British government announced in February that it would gradually ease austerity measures introduced in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The third phase will go into effect next Monday, when spectators can enter up to fifty percent of the stadiums, or up to four thousand people. High capacity sites are subject to special treatment, with a capacity of 25 percent of the total capacity, or tens of thousands of people.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday that everything is going according to plan in this regard Richard Masters, The Premier League chief executive said they can’t wait to be able to play matches in front of spectators again.
“It would be great to see the fans again, they missed a lot, PL wouldn’t be the same without them” – Masters said about the fact that teams have been playing behind closed gates since June.
He added that they are working with the government to settle the clashes in front of a full house when the next season opens.