There will be an audience in the Extremadura stadiums

The league will start with the public in the Extremadura stadiums of the Second Division B. After the announcement made by the president of the Junta de Extremadura, Guillermo Fernández Vara, to the presidents of the Extremadura representatives of the category, Extremadura UD was the one who announced it to their fans through a statement on Wednesday. Specifically, 50% capacity will be allowed in stadiums.

In this way, and taking into account the capacity of the different fields, The Nuevo Vivero de Badajoz and the Romano Mérida will be the Extremadura venues that will be able to host the most audience, around 7,000 spectators. The third would be Francisco de la Hera de Almendralejo, with about 6,000, ahead of Vicente Sanz de Don Benito, where 1,500 fans will be able to watch the matches. In the case of Villanovense, its municipal stadium will be able to accommodate about 1,000 spectators during the matches.

Once the decision is known, It is just waiting for the administration led by Fernández Vará to ratify it in writing, and for the health measures that must also be put into practice by the clubs. Such as taking the fans' temperature, the use of hydroalcoholic gel and mask, and the safety distance in the stands.

It should be remembered that the Junta de Extremadura was already the first, together with the Canary Government, to allow public in the stands during the dispute of the promotion matches to the Second Division B. Already in this preseason there have been several games that have been played with fans in the stadiums. The intention of the different Extremadura clubs is to continue negotiating the increase in capacity until it reaches 70%, something that will depend on the evolution of the pandemic.