REVEALED: Masks will be ‘mandatory’ this weekend for all supporters attending Premier League games – spectators are expected to adhere to strict new rules, even when SITTING
- Some Premier League clubs will be welcoming a limited crowd this weekend
- The Times claimed that supporters should always wear face masks
- Strict guidelines will apply to guarantee fans a safe matchday experience
According to reports, Premier League fans attending top flights this weekend will even wear a face mask while seated.
The times have claimed that the limited number of spectators that will mark the return of crowds at matches will have to don their masks at all times.
The mandatory requirement is believed to go beyond government guidelines for game supporters during the coronavirus pandemic.
Premier League fans at this weekend’s games are even expected to wear seated masks
Following the lifting of the UK’s second lockdown, it was revealed that the site will be reopened in the top division for the first time since March for minor attendance.
There will be temperature checks around the sites before supporters are admitted, and social distance measures will also be in place to ensure a safe environment.
The decision to enforce masks in every area of stadiums will help drive the Premier League’s bid to convince the government and public health authorities that larger crowds should be allowed in the future.
A number of top clubs will welcome a limited number of visitors after the lockdown has been lifted
The massive rollout of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine is expected to begin shortly, and this nationwide campaign will also play a critical role in enabling full traffic to games.
Clearly, the additional requirements have been agreed and endorsed by all top 20 flying clubs at their meeting on Thursday.
Supporters who comply with the rules regarding face masks are expected to make it easier for reasons to comply and allow even more people in.
The same report emphasizes that the length of social distances should be only one meter when all attendees wear a mask, compared to the two meter measure with more decay rules.
Fans are sure to brace themselves for a completely different match day experience this weekend.
Supporters are expected to adhere to strict guidelines including temperature controls
Fans will brace themselves for a different on-site experience during the coronavirus pandemic
Consuming alcohol is allowed without buying a substantial meal as well, but as it currently stands, drinks are not allowed on the seats.
The reintroduction of the tier system across the country will determine the maximum attendance for each stadium in the upper reaches of the football pyramid.
Clubs located in Tier 2 can welcome 2,000 spectators, with 4,000 supporters allowed in Tier 1 locations.
However, teams currently in Level 3 must continue to host games behind closed doors.