The Premier will allow the entry of up to 10,000 fans from May 17

Boris johnson, British Prime Minister, has announced that as of May 17, fans will be able to enter football stadiums, although there are still limits. In this way, the United Kingdom will allow up to 10,000 fans to enter the fields of the Premier League.

This date of May 17 coincides with the dispute of the last day of the Premier League, so only a lucky few will be able to enjoy it before, if everything remains the same, it is allowed to enter the fans in the next season. That date will only be able to enter 10,000 fans in each stadium, so it is still a long way to see those images of the crowded fields.

The capacity allowed will depend on the locations that are capable of supporting the different stadiums, so a field like Wembley, which can accommodate 90,000 people, only 10,000 fans could access. In this stadium the semifinals and the final of the FA CupBut these matches will be held behind closed doors.

Among the measures taken by Boris johnson other sports also come into play. For events held indoors, only 1,000 spectators will be able to access, while the United Kingdom is working to ensure that Wimbledon, which begins June 28, can enjoy many more people in the stands. Despite these proposed advances, the spread and the desire to stop the coronavirus will indicate that these measures can be carried out or not.