The Netherlands will have an audience in the stadiums on April 23

The KNVB has announced that on the last day of this April and until the end of the season, spectators will return to the stadiums with reduced capacity.


The Netherlands has taken another step towards normality and from April 23 it will once again allow fans to enter football stadiums. The KNVB has reported that this gradual return of the public to the stadiums will begin on the 30th day of the Eredivisie, between April 23, 24 and 25. Then there will be four more league games left.

In order to enter the stands, fans will have to submit a negative coronavirus test. Each stadium is allowed a specific number of fans, from the 1,200 who will enter the Emmen-Heracles to the 7,500 who will be able to enjoy the Ajax-AZ, a duel that can be decisive for the championship.

"We have been in contact with the cabinet about the return of the public to the stadiums, evaluating all the possibilities that can accelerate this process. After Fieldlab's experiments in three games, we can take a very pleasant step", comments the director of the Russian, Eric Gudde.

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