No spectators, no football! Spain lifts the emergency state, Barcelona immediately applies for fans to enter the horse race

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 No spectators, no football! Spain lifts the emergency state, Barcelona immediately applies for fans to enter the horse race


After the outbreak of new coronavirus pneumonia in Europe, Spain was once a major disaster area, and the number of confirmed cases and deaths per day ranked first in Europe. The Spanish government has also declared a state of emergency for the country to avoid large-scale group action, and everyones travel has also been controlled. Watching the ball has become an extravagant hope.

However, the current situation in Spain has greatly improved. On June 20 local time, the Spanish Foreign Ministry said that it would lift the state of emergency from June 21 and open the national borders of all Schengen areas except Portugal. In addition, the government has allowed more than 15 groups to spend in restaurants and bars. According to the latest news from the world sports daily, this is a huge positive for the recovery of major industries including football. Spanish President Sebastian tebas did not object to fans entering the stadium, but the final decision is in the hands of Spains supreme Sports Council. It is reported that at present, Barcelona are eager to play Atletico at home on June 30, and Spain can allow some fans to support Barcelona. Barcelona believes that as long as the fans keep a safe distance of 1.5 meters, it will be very safe. The total capacity of the Nou Camp stadium is 98000, and once some fans are allowed to enter the stadium, Barcelona will first guarantee that fans with season tickets will enter the stadium to watch. Source: Netease sports Author: Serge editor in charge: Li Siming_ BJS2696

However, the current situation in Spain has greatly improved. On June 20 local time, the Spanish Foreign Ministry said that it would lift the state of emergency from June 21 and open the national borders of all Schengen areas except Portugal. In addition, the government has allowed more than 15 groups to spend in restaurants and bars.

According to the latest news from the world sports daily, this is a huge positive for the recovery of major industries including football. Spanish President Sebastian tebas did not object to fans entering the stadium, but the final decision is in the hands of Spains supreme Sports Council.

It is reported that at present, Barcelona are eager to play Atletico at home on June 30, and Spain can allow some fans to support Barcelona. Barcelona believes that as long as the fans keep a safe distance of 1.5 meters, it will be very safe. The total capacity of the Nou Camp stadium is 98000, and once some fans are allowed to enter the stadium, Barcelona will first guarantee that fans with season tickets will enter the stadium to watch.