Spectators can return to UK sporting events from October 1 with social distancing restrictions, the government said on Friday (July 17), announcing a pilot scheme set to start later this month.
Billiards, horse racing and cricket will be used initially End of July to beginning of August To test the UK Government's new guidelines on returning to some form of normal sporting life.
Elite sports in Britain returned without fans last month after… Inactive for three months Due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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The pilot events, announced by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), will be rescheduled. World Snooker Championship in SheffieldThe Goodwood Horse Racing Festival and two friendly cricket matches.
Then we will progress to the limited return of fans Since October 1stif it is considered safe.
DCMS said in a statement that the events were carefully selected to represent a range of sports and indoor and outdoor environments.
“For months, millions of us We felt empty Sports Minister Nigel Huddleston said: “I was unable to go support our team or attend a global sporting event.”
“I am pleased that we can now move forward with a plan to help venues reopen to fans safely (…) Not all sports, Teams or clubs benefit from significant commercial income“It's often their dedicated fans that keep them going,” he added.
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