Football fans will enjoy the continuation of the Spanish La Liga.
La Liga will continue on June 11, and it will be the first of 32 consecutive days in which football will be played on Spanish soil, after last night the Spanish Football Federation approved the game to be played on Monday and Friday, which has been banned so far.
Thus, each team will have at least 72 hours between matches, and this schedule was dictated by the televisions that will be able to broadcast almost every match.
Spanish clubs have already returned to training. Until June 1, they can train in groups of up to 10 players, after which they will train normally. There are 11 rounds left until the end of the championship, and the leading Barcelona has two points more than the second-placed Real.
The first match of the La Liga continuation is scheduled for June 11 between Sevilla and Betis.