The league will propose to the Superior Sports Council (CSD) the possibility of open
stadiums to the fans in the final leg of the championship. This is stated by the portal 2playbook.com, citing sources from the employer’s association.
According to this source, in recent meetings the clubs have been studying this possibility to transfer it to the CSD. This body is the one that, being a professional league, has the power to decide whether to approve the entry of fans to the stands.
The measure has a double objective: to alleviate the losses registered so far and to test the operations for the next cure
The plan designed by LaLiga goes through the reopening of the stadiums in the last
journeys of the present championship. It would not be a total reopening but partial: the average occupancy that would be presented to the CSD is 25% of the capacity, which in some cases could be higher and in others lower, depending on the extent to which the safety distances could be respected in each room.
The evolution of the figures in Spain, which point to a control of the third wave of infections, supports the position of the employer, which pursues a double objective with this measure. On the one hand, alleviate, even if very partially, the huge losses that the absence of public in the stands for a year has provoked all the clubs.
And on the other, start test the partner entry operations, application of security measures and other protocols for the coming season, which is expected to return to normality, even if not from the beginning, prior to the pandemic.