One hundred and ninety-seven people will attend each match when Spanish football returns, according to a protocol prepared by La Liga and seen by the Guardian.
A detailed draft drawn up by the league and presented to the clubs outlines the measures to be applied, with players and officials set to undergo Covid-19 tests 24 hours before games and have their temperatures taken on the way into stadiums. There will be no pre-match handshakes, but there is no suggestion that spitting or goal celebrations will be banned. Indeed, the section dedicated to the match itself is a solitary sentence in a 34-page document.
The draft document comes as Spanish football accelerates plans to return, pending government approval. Teams were permitted to move to collective training sessions on Monday, with groups of up to 10 players able to work together.
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