Here, we sets out what we know so far about when football may return, along with the potential hurdles the football faces before we see a ball kicked again.
The first major football league back was Germany’s Bundesliga, who completed a full program of matches on the weekend of May 16-17.
The English Premier League, who are so desperate to complete the season and avoid a potential £762m rebate on their broadcast income, will restart on June 17 following a three-month postponement.
Over the following weekend, there will be a full round of fixtures. The aim is to finish the season by the end of July and each of the 92 games will be given a live television slot.
The Premier League have argued that many jobs depend on football’s return, including further down the football pyramid and that they can resume with sufficient safety protocols.
Other European professional football leagues including Spain’s La Liga and Italy’s Serie A are now also planning to return in coming 1-2 weeks as the teams have started their training sessions although other governments with lower coronavirus death tolls than the UK such as in Holland, Belgium, and France have decided that the risk is too great and that their seasons should immediately be ended.
Will fans be able to attend matches?
No, That’s a sad part as it has been decided all the remaining fixtures around the globe will be played behind doors,No fans will be allowed to watch the players at the stadiums.As the massive gathering likely to be banned untill 2021, no fans will be present for the foreseeable future. Clubs are considering various initiatives to minimize the loss of atmosphere, such as broadcasting fan noise or filling stadiums with cardboard cutouts of fans. Television companies are also working on a range of ideas that could include the viewer’s choice of computer-generated fan noise and fans, rather than on the Fifa game.
What new rules would be in place?
Players would have to carry out further health checks and additional social distancing would be observed up until the matches began, such as ensuring more than one changing room per team. There would be no pre-match handshake and there would be a ban on celebrations where players get close to each other, as well as spitting.
Conclusion : In the End Life & Football is never gonna be same like before Corona Virus.It may take 2,3 years to be same like before which is horrific for football fans around the world.If you have a question on football’s return, leave it in the comment section below.Thanks !