The public returns to the stands of Italy at Parma-Empoli

A thousand fans were able to attend the friendly match this Sunday. The Tardini was opened seven months after being closed by the coronavirus pandemic.


The Ennio Tardini Stadium in Parma was the first installation of Serie A clubs to open its doors to fans after the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted the championship and the resumption of the tournament had to play on goal closed.

A thousand fans were able to attend this Sunday the friendly match between Parma and Empoli. The Tardini was opened seven months after on February 9, with Lazio as a visitor, fans could attend.

Access occurred with all health security measures established by the authorities. Parma found the approval of this 'test' by the public order and security committee of the Prefecture as well as the security operative group of the local Police Headquarters.

The thousand spectators were divided equally into two different sectors, the Petitot grandstand and the North Curve. Tickets were nominative and were purchased online. The price ranged between five and ten euros. Each assigned a seat to be occupied by the owner.

Each hobbyist's temperature was checked. In the case of being higher than 37.5 degrees, access was prevented, and the use of a mask was forced, as well as movements through the stands were prohibited. For the use of the bathrooms, there was a control with security personnel and the bar service was active within the current regulations.

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