He Joventut de Badalona will premiere this Saturday at the Endesa League against Unicaja knowing that the game will be played behind closed doors and without the presence of fans due to the prohibition on professional competitions. As long as there is no horizon of public return, the hope of the green-black club is now deposited in the Eurocup since in this competition the sanitary competition is held by the autonomous government.
To this end, the green-black club is working on a health protocol to be presented to the PROCICAT, the body that determines the civil protection plan, to try to ensure that fans can occupy a place in the stands of the Olímpic. The way has been opened by Spar Girona of the Women’s League, which this Saturday will already have a maximum of 2,000 spectators in the game that will play against Movistar Estudiantes.
Having a pavilion with a maximum capacity of 12,500 spectators facilitates the criteria of distancing although the regional regulations, which dates from last June, did not authorize more than 2,000 spectators in sports events in closed venues. The green-black debut in the European competition will take place on September 30, against Partizan in Belgrade at 8:45 p.m.
The Penya It is also working on a compensation plan for subscribers for matches that will not be able to attend League matches, as explained by the president of the entity in a video statement this Thursday.