Denmark opens football stands for the first time since September

Football standsPhoto: Keld Navntoft / SCANPIX

The Danish authorities are allowing spectators at matches in Danish football from April 21. The club leaders are happy.

“This is absolutely crucial for us,” the director of the division association Claus Thomsen said.

The top division for men, the Super League, is one of the tournaments that will open the stands again for the first time since September last year.

Up to 500 fans will be allowed per section. This means that several thousand spectators can come to see a match in the largest stadiums, according to Minister of Justice Nick Hækkerup.

There must be at least one meter of distance between each spectator. Those entering the stadium must also show a corona passport and register.

The decision also applies to cup matches, A-national matches women, the top three divisions for women, and level two for men.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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