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The return of the masses in the last two rounds of the Spanish League in specific regions

Today, Wednesday, the Spanish government announced the return of the fans to the stadiums in the last two rounds of the "La Liga" Spanish League, scheduled for the next two weeks, for the first time since the Coronavirus crisis.

The Spanish government indicated that the decision to allow the attendance of the masses includes only the Green Zone regions (Valencia and the Balearic Islands).

The government indicated that a maximum of 5,000 fans would be allowed in per match, and that the decision did not include the city of Barcelona because it is located outside the Green Zone.

Under that decision, Valencia, Villarreal, Levante and Elche clubs will all be allowed.

Several days ago, the Spanish Ministry of Health rejected the government's proposal for a partial return of the masses in the last four rounds of La Liga for the current season 2020-2021, with strict precautionary measures in light of the Coronavirus pandemic.

The Spanish government was working on a mass presence of between 5 and 10 thousand spectators in each of the last four rounds, in order to facilitate the maintenance of social distancing between them.

The League had begun sending the protocol for the return of fans to the stadiums to the clubs management, while following all strict precautionary measures due to the Corona virus.


Atletico Madrid are top of the Spanish League with 77 points, one point behind runner-up Barcelona.