ACB and CSD work for the return of fans to the pavilions

"As long as a protocol is maintained with the minimum sanitary conditions to be covered," said Antonio Martín, president of the ACB, in Vamos.

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The Association of Basketball Clubs (ACB) works on a protocol with the Superior Sports Council (CSD) so that the public can return to the pavilions during the new season of the Endesa League that begins this Saturday without fans, according to its president Antonio Martin.

"We are in constant communication with them (the CSD) to see how in some way we can incorporate the public into those pavilions, as long as a very clear protocol is maintained with the minimums that guarantee that we are healthily covered. It is not easy, we work on this, there is a predisposition and I hope that we will have an answer next week, "said Martín on the 'Vamos' channel of the Movistar + payment platform .

Martín explained that in professional leagues -such as LaLiga Santander and LaLiga SmartBank football, or the Endesa Basketball League-, the final decision on whether or not to allow the public to return to the courts depends on the Government and the Superior Sports Council.

First day of the Endesa League

The Endesa League, whose previous edition decided its winner in a final phase played in Valencia with a health bubble and won by Baskonia, will start this Saturday with the games Joventut-Unicaja, Monbus Obradoiro-Urbas Fuenlabrada, Acunsa Gipuzkoa -Real Madrid, Herbalife Gran Canaria-Retabet Bilbao Basket.

The day will be completed on Sunday with Movistar Estudiantes-Baxi Manresa, Iberostar Tenerife-Casademont Zaragoza, Morabanc Andorra-UCAM Murcia, TD Systems Baskonia-Valencia and Barça-Hereda San Pablo Burgos, with Coosur Betis being the team that will rest, since the League consists of 19 teams.



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