The Nervión club wants him to return part of his hobby while respecting the distance. The idea is to start with 30% of the capacity of your stadium.
Soccer has returned in Spain and in good part of Europe after the coronavirus, but it has done so without the most fundamental element of all: amateurs. This is why several clubs, including Seville, They are already working on the necessary measures to have the fans for the next season, at least in a percentage.
According to ABC, the Nervión club is working hard so that a part of its subscribers can be at their home games.
The plan would be to recover fans and start with a 30% capacity when the championship resumes in September. And if the evolution of the pandemic evolves in a favorable way, increase the percentage of people who will be able to access the stands until reaching the desired 100%.
Seville would propose a rotation system among its subscribers in each of the matches so that everyone can have the opportunity to witness the matches from the stands live. Of course, there would not be a new subscription campaign and each party would be accessed with the purchase of a single ticket.
If the Andalusian club and the rest of the teams manage to get the fans back, soccer will recover at least part of its coloring and sentimental value, and also part of the income they have lost due to the coronavirus and which is hitting the coffers. of all the world.
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