Coronavirus: Spanish La Liga Confirm Season Will Start On June 11

Spain : The Spanish alliance season will continue following a three-month coronavirus lockdown on June 11 with the Seville derby, and the 2020-2021 season will begin on September 12, the Spanish Sports Council affirmed on Friday. The board discharged an announcement saying that the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and La Liga had concurred the configuration for the 11 outstanding rounds in the main two Spanish divisions.

It said the season ought to be finished by July 19, “contingent upon the development of the pandemic.”

The opposition will commence on Thursday, June 11 when Betis play Sevilla. The remainder of the group profit to activity for the few days of June 13 and 14.

Prior on Friday, Javier Tebas, the association president told Marca: “The significant thing will be to realize the end date of the 2019-20 season. The following one will begin on September 12.”

The Spanish government a week ago gave La Liga the green light to continue from the earliest starting point June 8.

“In excess of 130 individuals are right now working with the goal that everything should be possible in another configuration: the movement, the association, everything,” said Tebas.

The German Bundesliga has just played three rounds following its restart prior this month, while the English Premier League and Italy’s Serie An are additionally set to return in mid-June.

In any case, the top-flight seasons in France, Belgium and the Netherlands have all been finished.

Barcelona drove Real Madrid by two at the highest point of the table when La Liga was stopped in March.

Tebas additionally said that audience members would have the option to pick whether to watch matches, which will all be played away from public scrutiny, with virtual audio effects included, an alternative that has caused banter among fans since the Bundesliga continued.

He said that he was partaking in a show of the innovation on Friday evening and that Javier Guillen, the chief of the Tour of Spain, and Carmelo Ezpeleta, the manager of Dorna Sports, advertiser of the MotoGP title had additionally been welcomed.

“We need to offer an option for the fans – quietness, or the virtualisation of the stands. The tests I have seen are fascinating, yet there will be the two alternatives,” said Tebas.

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