Milan, and all the other Serie A teams for the matter, have been forced to play without their fans at the stadiums this season. However, this could change before the final rounds in May, as a report claims.
It has been tough for all of the clubs to play without their 12th man, which is understandable, but it seems we are heading for better times. According to ANSA, citing government sources, fans could be allowed from May 1st.
In regions categorised as ‘yellow zones’, a maximum of 1000 spectators will be allowed at outdoor facilities, while 500 will be allowed in indoor facilities. Given the size of San Siro, they will be able to host 1000 fans safely.
Therefore, the teams could play with fans for the final five rounds of the season, which is a welcome boost. Hopefully, things will look better for next season as football really isn’t the same without the noise of the fans.