La Liga plans for 197 people to attend games but no restriction on celebrations

  • Thirty-four page document has been seen by the Guardian
  • The hope is that games will start again on 12 June

One hundred and ninety-seven people will attend each match when Spanish football returns, according to a protocol prepared by La Liga and seen by the Guardian.

A detailed draft drawn up by the league and presented to the clubs outlines the measures to be applied, with players and officials set to undergo Covid-19 tests 24 hours before games and have their temperatures taken on the way into stadiums. There will be no pre-match handshakes, but there is no suggestion that spitting or goal celebrations will be banned. Indeed, the section dedicated to the match itself is a solitary sentence in a 34-page document.

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