“In the next few hours a protocol will be sent to the FIGC,” says a statement from the Italian league after the last assembly.
The representatives of the A series they met in assembly and issued a statement to report that they will send a protocol to the FIGC (Italian Football Federation), with the aim of reopening the stadiums to the public before the end of the season.
The published document expresses “the need to encourage the partial reopening of the stadiums to the public as soon as possible, in full compliance with the security conditions. In this sense, an articulated protocol is being finalized that will be sent to the president of the FIGC, Gabriele Gravina, in the next few hours so that you can use it in conversations with the competent government institutions. “
“Serie A, already in the last matches of this season, hopes that each club will have the opportunity to reopen their stadiums to a limited number of fans, according to the specificities of each reality and installation.”
The current season of the Italian league has only six dates left, with Juventus on track to retain the Scudetto, as it has eight points more than Lazio, its closest pursuer.
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