Milan-Inter is played on 7 November and the undersecretary does not rule out the possibility of playing without restrictions
On the day when the new measures that increase the capacity of the stadiums to 75% come into force, Milan and Inter fans can dream of a derby with a sold out San Siro. Undersecretary for Health Andrea Costa opened to this possibility: “100% of the capacity? I hope it will happen next month. Maybe already for the derby on 7 November”.
The last time Serie A played in front of full stands was in February 2020. And there is a great desire for live football. As shown also by the race for Roma season tickets, which in a few hours sent the Giallorossi club’s website into a tailspin.
On Monday morning, the Department of Sport chaired by Valentina Vezzali had published the new guidelines for the organization of competitions and sporting events open to the public, after the new decrees that following the recommendations of the CTS bring the maximum capacity to 75% of the outdoor stadiums and 60% of the sports halls. There are also sanctions in case of violation, which for relapses can lead to the closure of the plants from one to ten days.
October 11, 2021 (change October 12, 2021 | 00:09)
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