Following a decision by the Ministry of Health, La Liga stadiums are expected to be full once more. So, among other La Liga football news, fans will return to stadiums in full capacity once again.
Spain has lagged behind countries, such as the United Kingdom, in easing restrictions as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Images of Premier League stadiums packed to the rafters flooded in during the early stages of this season. And seeing these scenes of crowd celebrations left La Liga fans envious.
For the start of the season, restrictions of 40% were in place in Spain, with some regions, such as Pamplona, lowering that maximum capacity even further.
The increase in September was 60%, which is the current number of people that can cohabit any Spanish stadiums.
La Liga Football News – Fans Will Return to Stadiums in Full Capacity
However, today, the Spanish Ministry of Health approved the removal of capacity restrictions for Spanish stadiums hosting La Liga fixtures.
Clubs across the country will be able to fill stadiums to the full starting from October 1. But this decision is subject to approval from the country’s regions.
Each region will still be able to decide how many fans they allow into games.
Although many regions, including Barcelona, Madrid, and Valencia, have allowed the maximum capacity by the Ministry of Health so far.
However, there are still some mandatory restrictions. The Ministry enforces the use of a mask, entry regulations, and a ban on food consumption inside stadiums.