Serie A 2020-2021 will Start without Fans in Stadiums
No fans in the stadiums during the first two matchdays of Serie A 2020-2021 due to the coronavirus.
As la Repubblica reports, Italian teams will play their first matches of the new Serie A season in empty stadiums. As it is stated, stadiums will be closed for even a reduced number of fans.
This new decree will be valid until 30 September and will directly concern the first two days of the championship.
It’s worth noting that Italian stadiums have not welcomed fans since the early March of the current year.
The new season of Serie A is scheduled to start on 19, September, with the match between Fiorentina and Torino in Firenze at 6:00 PM (local time).
Here is the list of the 1st matchday games of the Serie A 2020-2021 season:
Saturday, Sep 19 2020
Fiorentina vs Torino
Verona vs Roma
Sunday, Sep 20 2020
Parma vs Napoli
Genoa vs Crotone
Sassuolo vs Cagliari
Juventus vs Sampdoria
Monday, Sep 21 2020
Milan vs Bologna
Wednesday, Sep 30 2020
Benevento vs Inter
Lazio vs Atalanta
Udinese vs Spezia