Las Palmas claims that their June 13 match versus Girona may be the first fans watched in Europe since the coronavirus pandemic began, as the president of the Spanish Segunda Division team also confirmed.
Miguel Angel Ramirez claims the low risk of infection on the Canary Islands for Covid-19 will make it secure for fans to see the game at Estadio Gran Canaria.
“The Canary Islands are a safe place. Gran Canaria is a safe destination, so we can become the first stadium in the major leagues to compete with fans in the stands again,” he told the official radio station of the club.
Ramirez thinks such ease would allow fans to attend the first match of the resumed 2019-20 Segunda Division season at Las Palmas with social distance measures:
“Supporters from Las Palmas should be able to visit the stadium to support their squad versus Girona as of June 13.”