The leader of the Spanish Segunda Division side Las Palmas claims that their June 13 match against Girona may be the main fans attended in Europe since the coronavirus pandemic struck.
Miguel Angel Ramirez accepts the base danger of disease on the Canary Islands for Covid-19 will make it safe for fans to watch the game at Estadio Gran Canaria.
Ramirez accepts such easing would allow fans to attend the main match of the continued 2019-20 Segunda Division season at Las Palmas in social distance steps.
“Fans from Las Palmas will have the option to attend the stadium to applaud their team against Girona as of June 13,” he told the official radio station of the club.
The Canary Islands are a safe destination. Gran Canaria is a safe destination, so we can turn into the principal stadium in the major leagues to play with fans in the stands again.
Spain was one of the most noticeably awful hit nations in Europe by the pandemic, however close quarantine controls and phased removal of those limitations across autonomous locales have assisted with monitoring contamination and death rates as of late.
La Liga is set to continue with the derby match among Sevilla and Real Betis on June 13, yet for the near future, all games in the top flight are probably going to be behind closed doors.
On Sunday, La Liga announced the timetable for the remainder of the league season, with Barcelona facilitating Atletico Madrid on July 1 of every one of the standout fixtures.
Several top players from the gathering, including Real Madrid’s Marcelo, have sketched out their energy about the action backpedaling on.