A stadium staff member wearing a protective face mask sits in the stands during an English Premier League match between Arsenal and West Ham United in London in September 2020. Photo: EPA A stadium staff member wearing a protective face mask sits in the stands during an English Premier League match between Arsenal and West Ham United in London in September 2020. Photo: EPA
A stadium staff member wearing a protective face mask sits in the stands during an English Premier League match between Arsenal and West Ham United in London in September 2020. Photo: EPA

English Premier League: up to 10,000 fans to return for May finale as UK’s Covid-19 restrictions ease

  • Boris Johnson says ‘turnstiles of our sports stadia will once again rotate’ as British government rolls out pilot events
  • Stadiums with 40,000 or more to be allowed 10,000 socially-distanced fans as organisers eye League and FA Cup finals

Topic |   English Premier League
A stadium staff member wearing a protective face mask sits in the stands during an English Premier League match between Arsenal and West Ham United in London in September 2020. Photo: EPA A stadium staff member wearing a protective face mask sits in the stands during an English Premier League match between Arsenal and West Ham United in London in September 2020. Photo: EPA
A stadium staff member wearing a protective face mask sits in the stands during an English Premier League match between Arsenal and West Ham United in London in September 2020. Photo: EPA
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