UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has announced that football fans across the UK may be allowed into stadiums by October.
He said this would mean that all stadiums will have to follow Covid19 regulations before fans can be admitted into stadiums.
Sports as far as Europe is concerned have seen sports like football and cricket resume games behind closed doors after Covid19 lockdown was lifted.
The prime minister said “We will pilot larger gatherings in venues like sports stadiums with a view to a wider reopening in the autumn,” said Johnson on Friday.
“From October, we intend to bring back audiences in stadiums.
“Again, these changes must be done in a Covid-secure way, subject to the successful outcome of pilots.”
The coronavirus pandemic forced football leagues around the world to suspend their football season. However, following the lifting of Covid19 lockdown, leagues across Europe resumed their league season with the Bundesliga being the first to resume and has also seen the conclusion of this season’s Bundesliga with Bayern Munich crowned champions.