Fans allowed entry into the stadium from July 10 in Rio de Janeiro
Football fans in the city will be allowed to enter the stadium to watch the match from July 10, following the order of Marcelo Crivella, the mayor of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Football fans in the city will be allowed to enter the stadium to watch the match from July 10, following the order of Marcelo Crivella, the mayor of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. According to the order, the capacity of the stadiums shall not exceed one-third and there shall be one spectator within every four square meters. In addition, clubs have been allowed to use all their training facilities except for the sauna, swimming pool and hot tub.
The state competition of Rio de Janeiro will begin on June 18. The championship was postponed for nearly three months due to the corona virus epidemic. Earlier, the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) stated that Brazil's Serie-A championship would begin in August. The league is yet to get approval from state and health officials.
The CBF president and club representatives have set a temporary date of August 9 to launch the country's top league. Serie-A was scheduled to begin in May, but was halted due to the Corona virus epidemic. Serie-B is scheduled to begin on August 8. According to a statement, the decision was taken at a meeting organized by CBF on Thursday night. The meeting was attended by 40 clubs.