The Premier League says it’s “disenchanted that the protected return of supporters to matches has been postponed,” following the newest COVID-19 restrictions imposed by the UK Authorities.
The deliberate return of followers to sports activities venues in England from October 1 may very well be delayed for as much as six months, amid fears over a second wave.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday, introduced restrictions within the Home of Commons, together with these associated to mass gatherings.
Johnson mentioned: “We’ve to acknowledge that the unfold of the virus is now affecting our potential to reopen enterprise conferences, exhibitions and huge sporting occasions.
“So we will be unable to do that from October 1 and I recognise the implications for our sports activities golf equipment that are the life and soul of our communities, and my proper honourable pals the Chancellor and the Tradition Secretary are working urgently on what we are able to do now to assist them.”
Nonetheless, the Premier League insists that they nonetheless consider that it’s nonetheless potential for supporters to make a “protected return” to stadiums throughout the nation.