Scheduled for May 19, the Italian Cup final between Atalanta Bergamo and Juventus will be able to take place with the public in the stands. The Italian government wants the meeting to be played with 20% spectators.
It smells very good for the return of the supporters on the other side of the Alps. Scheduled for May 19, the Italian Cup final between Atalanta Bergamo and Juventus will be able to take place with the public in the stands. The Italian government is studying this possibility and wants to welcome spectators in the Mapei stadium in Sassuolo. In a report, the Under-Secretary for Health, Andrea Costa, indicates that the will of the government is to introduce a 20% gauge on the occasion of the final.
“The final of the Coppa Italia, Atalanta-Juventus, scheduled for May 19 at the Mapei stadium in Sassuolo, will be open to the public. After having discussed with Minister Roberto Speranza, I confirm the government’s desire to open the stadium to supporters in 20% of its capacity. The CTS is currently studying the protocol to allow spectators to follow the game safely in full compliance with anti-Covid regulations. “
4,700 spectators expected for the final
With a maximum capacity of 29,546 seats, the Mapei Stadium should therefore accommodate 4,700 spectators for the Italian Cup final between Atalanta Bergamo and Juventus. “These will be important tests ahead of the European Championship matches. This is a fundamental signal for the whole sporting world which, once again, is leading the way by indicating the dates for a return. progressive to normal life, ”says Andrea Costa.
In England, 8,000 spectators were able to attend the League Cup final last Sunday between Manchester City and Tottenham. During the Euro this summer, the Stadio Olimpico in Rome will also welcome supporters, with a capacity limited to 25% of its capacity, or around 18,000 spectators.