Football Fans in some areas of England will be allowed to return to football stadiums next month under plans announced by the UK Government.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed the government’s latest set of measures designed to limit the spread of Covid-19 on Monday, offering a look at what the plan will be for football supporters going forward.
He confirmed that the four-week national lockdown in England will end on Wednesday December 2 and will be replaced by a new three-tiered system.
Stadiums in areas placed in tier 1 will be permitted to hold 4,000 socially distanced fans or half of their maximum capacity, whichever is fewer.
The venues listed in areas placed in tier 2 will be able to hold 2,000 socially distanced fans orhalf of their maximum capacity, whichever is fewer.
And then stadiums in areas placed in tier 3 will have to continue to hold events behind closed doors.
The government is expected to announce what tiers each area will be placed in on Thursday.
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