Wednesday, 13 May 2020

Czech Republic to start playing football on May 23

Czech top tier matches to resume on May 23

The main two soccer leagues in the Czech Republic will continue playing on May 23 after an understanding was reached with clubs to extend the season which was stopped since March due to the coronavirus pandemic, the League Football Association said on Tuesday. 

The re-start makes the Czech league one of the first in Europe to take to the pitch once more, after the Bundesliga in neighboring Germany which is set to start matches on May 16. 

Czech clubs will at first play without fans before permitting in a predetermined number of supporters to go to matches eventually. 

Players will have to adhere to strict social distancing rules, including during movement, and will likewise remain in single rooms in lodgings. 

Public health officers will screen matches and any person who tests positive for Covid-19 should serve a period in isolate. A whole team could likewise be isolated in such occasions, revealed. 

A team will not be crown a victor or relegate a team if the season isn't finished. 

The arrangement is for two games to be played every week and to finish the season by July 18. Players' contracts that were expected to terminate toward the end of June will currently be legitimate until the end of the league, the site included. 

Holders Slavia Prague hold an eight-point lead over Viktoria Plzen at the top of the standings after completing 24 of 30 rounds before the coronavirus flare-up prompted the suspension of the class. 

 Matches and training halted on March 12 after the nation executed perhaps the strictest measure planned for controlling the spread of the virus. 

As of late the Czech Republic has facilitated a significant part of the limitations. The nation has revealed 8 198 cases with 282 passings.


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