Milan will soon be able to welcome back their fans at San Siro, as confirmed by the reports that emerged yesterday. Although there will be limitations, it will be a huge boost for all of the Serie A teams.
The clubs will be able to host a maximum of 1000 spectators at the stadiums, provided that their respective region isn’t categorised worse than as a ‘yellow zone’. A fantastic decision from the government that has been in the works for quite some time.
FIGC, the Italian football federation, shared their thoughts on the matter through president Gabriele Gravina. Speaking to Corriere Della Sera, as cited by MilanNews, he expressed his delight over the decision taken.
“It arose from the feedback I had in recent days from various government representatives, to whom I had asked for a signal in this sense. Even though the limitations are related to infections in various territories, we are ready to embrace our fans again inside the stadiums with total safety,” he stated.
The new rules will apply from May 1st and that means there will be spectators for the final five rounds of the season. Milan will have two home games in this period and it will be nice to hear the fans once again.