LaLiga have reportedly devised a three-step plan to bring fans back into the stadia towards the end of the year.
The rest of this season will have to be watched on television. People will be locked out for several months, but LaLiga are have a plan in place and are looking to slowly allow fans to attend games, but only after gaining approval from the Spanish government.
According to a report from Spanish newspaper El País, the first phase of the plan would start on September 21, and would see around 30 percent fans fill up the stadiums.
In November, the second phase will begin which will see stadia operate at 50 percent capacity.
Lastly, in January 2021, the aim is for grounds to be back at full capacity. This is all dependent on coronavirus crises’ future and subject to permission from the health authorities.
What has not been decided are the measures clubs will have to take when fans enter and leave the ground. Everything seems to suggest there will be strict safety measures and health checks.
It was announced earlier this week that the current LaLiga season would be resuming on June 11 with all games to be played behind closed doors.
LaLiga president Javier Tebas said: “The important thing will be when the season finishes, although we’ll only be able to congratulate ourselves when we start the following season.”
He concluded, “God willing, that day will be 12 September and hopefully we’ll be able to say we have overcome this most difficult period, but at least we will be better prepared.”
Following the Seville derby on 11 June, other clubs will begin playing fixtures over the following weekend.