With the United Kingdom announcing the gradual end of Locked as a measure to counter Kovid-19’s advancement, the Premier League hopes to be able to return to the stadiums with fewer spectators present later this season. With the release of individual fans in stadiums limited to May, Premier League CEO Richard Masters expects the last two rounds of the 2020/2021 season to be played in audience attendance.
“We have to go beyond the first steps on the government roadmap to get there, so hopefully this will be a great end to our season.” The public’s return to the stadium is part of the rest Lockdown Adopted by the United Kingdom, but its confirmation still relies on previous steps to succeed again and does not show an increase in the number of cases.
The final round of the Premier League is scheduled to take place on 23 May, six days after the start of public permission for sporting events. To maintain the game balance, the late round should be postponed until 20 May, so that all teams can be bossed in a match with the public.
Richard Masters also announced plans that, with vaccination progress in the United Kingdom, could be made next season with maximum-capacity stadiums, making football’s return closer to normal.
“Beginning next season, our goal is to make the stadiums complete and obviously the government’s script gives us that opportunity,” Matters said. He said that there is a lot of water to pass under the bridge, but this is our ultimate goal: the full and lively return of Premier League stadiums and the return to the normal Premier League.