Portugal is planning to allow fans on final day of football | Coronavirus News Plague
Liga Portugal says sponsors are not allowed to go to the finals of the domestic league because it was ‘impossible to prepare’.
The Portuguese football league has lost its fan reception plans at the stadiums late last Wednesday.
Liga Portugal has arranged for people to return to the courts of other cultures – 10% less power, and the only seats reserved for indoor fans.
Attendees are asked to provide evidence of coronavirus misdiagnosis as soon as they enter.
But Liga Portugal backtracked because it was “impossible to prepare” for a safe return for fans in the short term, it said in a statement Monday.
“At today’s meeting, all Board members have agreed that things cannot be done in a test-taking event and therefore do not allow fans to return,” Liga Portugal said.
The opening minutes of the 34th and final games were just agreed on Monday.
“With so much uncertainty left over from the health care system set up, it will not be possible to plan for a one-day sports program,” he said.
Liga Portugal also said his idea was “affected by the fact that the final game had no fans in the stadiums”.
“Now, with the various goals still in place, allowing just one team to have fans on the ground would be a huge disruption to the game and justice between them.”
The statement also confirmed that the league is in the process of negotiating with the relevant authorities to ensure that fans can return to the starting line-up for the 2021-22 season.
Earlier this month, Sporting Lisbon won their first Primeira Liga trophy since 2002 but the return leg was still unmarked by three points separating second-placed France from Portimonense at 14. Nacional has already been eliminated.
This is the first time there will be a game, with the team finishing third from the ground up against a team that is in third place in the second division.
The change that prevented fans from finishing the league final comes two weeks before Porto’s Estadio do Dragao stadium makes its final in the Champions League this season on May 29, between English clubs Manchester City and Chelsea.
The European football tournament was due to take place in Istanbul, but UEFA made the final move to Porto after Turkey was placed on a tour of the United Kingdom, meaning England fans could not attend.
The 50,000-seat stadium will have 6,000 volunteers from each group.
Meanwhile, Portugal on Monday allowed British tourists to re-enter without divisions.
Portugal is also on the green UK travel list, which does not have a valid time unless a negative coronavirus test is shown.
These countries have the lowest prevalence of the virus in Europe, but have suffered the most from illness, hospitalization and death during the outbreak, before the vaccine was released.
Portugal’s economy is largely dependent on tourism, but the number of tourists declined last year as health problems intensified.
The country received 16.4 million visitors in 2019, just before the coronavirus. Only a quarter of the number of visitors arrived in 2020.