Lega Serie A expect the stadiums to be around 50% full at the start of the 2021/22 season.

As reported by Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport (via LazioNews24) earlier today, the League and the clubs are pushing for the stadiums to be fully reopened for next season, pointing to the fact that fans would need to be vaccinated in order to be allowed in, which could in turn boost vaccination rates.


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The government may be willing to give the green light to 50% capacity but the clubs and Lega Serie A are pushing regardless.


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The season will begin with 25% minimum capacity but Lega Serie A expect the stadium capacities to be at around 50%.

The Covid-19 pandemic severely affected the finances of the Serie A clubs, with matchday revenues being key for clubs’ financial stability. The re-opening of stadiums next season is another step in the quest to return back to pre-pandemic life.