La Real wants to play with 1,000 spectators against Naples

It is the maximum capacity allowed by the Basque Government. UEFA, unlike LaLiga, allows limited public access to stadiums.


The Royal Society intends to open the Reale Arena to 1,000 spectators, the maximum allowed by the Basque Government, to attend the Europa League game against Naples, on October 29.

The president of the Real Sociedad, Jokin Aperribay, has announced, in a press conference, that the club is in contact with the Basque Government to agree on the conditions under which the public will access Anoeta for the first time since the start of the pandemic.

UEFA, unlike LaLiga, allows limited public access to stadiums, always in accordance with the regulations in force in each country or autonomous community and in the case of Euskadi, the current order currently allows entry to sports events on the air free of a maximum of 1,000 people, a rule that the Royal aims to apply to restart the return of the public to its stadium.

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