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La Liga to be played behind closed doors until March 2021

La Liga to be played behind closed doors until March 2021

The first man of “La Liga”, Tebas, informed the clubs to prepare for the big losses, and Barça and Real will feel them the most.

Although the planned loss due to non-attendance matches will be around € 350 million, for clubs it is a much more acceptable option than the eventual premature end of the season, which would cost them € 1 billion.

La Liga president Javier Tebas met with the leaders of the Liga and Segunda clubs on Wednesday night to brief them on the meeting with the Sports Council and the head of the Spanish Football Federation, Luis Rubiales.

Although there is not much information from that meeting, an agreement has been reached to extend the season, and Tebas was tasked with informing club presidents to prepare for major losses, as football in Spain will be played without fans in the stands until 2021.

It is predicted that Barcelona’s Camp Nou and Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu will be the hardest hit by the crisis and are expected to be the last to allow entry for football fans.

According to experts, they are the last in line. Matching 100,000 people is not only a problem for the audience at the stadium, but also for their movement towards it. At the same time, public transport would be a huge risk for a new spread of coronavirus.

“We will slowly remove the restriction measures. The matches will start, but the plan is for Camp Nou or the Santiago Bernabeu to be the last to open, “the Spanish Medical Chamber said.

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