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Check the list of countries where football will receive fans

Check the list of countries where football will receive fans
In South America, Brazil may be the first country to authorize the access of fans inside football stadiums.
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The latest news brings information about the opening of the stadiums to receive an "x" number of fans, for example, the city of Rio de Janeiro authorized for the 10th of July, in addition there are also other countries that allowed the opening of the venues to the public.

In South America, Brazil may be the first country to authorize the access of fans inside football stadiums.

There are six countries that belong to the FIFA ranking that have granted the presence of fans in their main national competitions, where most of them are in Europe. In Asia, Japan intends to open from July 10th, coinciding with the date of the Carioca Championship in Brazil. In France, the case will take a few days longer, with the forecast for July 24, with a maximum of 5,000 fans.
 

Following this, the countries that gave the initial start were:

 
Croatia, which returned with the national championship on June 5th, will now allow one-third of the stadium's capacity to receive fans with temperature measurement and applying the recommendation of social distancing.

Switzerland resumed the national championship on June 19th and authorized the reception of a thousand fans inside the stadiums that will hold the other football matches. Not to mention that Switzerland was the first country to suspend sport on the 23rd February.

Denmark returned with the national championship on May 28th now allowing the maximum number of 3,000 fans inside the stadiums.  However, the country had already authorized the return of the public on June 21st, however, allowing only 500 people to watch the matches.

Poland returned with national football on May 29th and has now issued permission for only 25% of the stadiums' capacity to receive fans during the games. The country had already given the go-ahead on this on June 19th.

Serbia resumed the national championship on May 29th, the same date that Poland returned. However, in Serbia the scenario is a little different, as there is no limit to the number of fans inside the stadiums. The opening to the public happened first than the reopening of schools and cinemas in the country, with 25,000 fans in the match between Crvena zvezda and Radnik on June 6th.

Russia which returned with the sport on June 19th allowed only 10% of the stadium's capacity to receive the fans.

Hungary returned with the national on May 23rd and did not issue any restrictions against allowing fans in the stands, being the first country to actually allow public access inside the stadiums.

Bulgaria returned with the national on June 5th and notified that it will only allow for 30% of the stadium's capacity in relation to the fans.

Vietnam, on the other hand, returned with national football on the same day as Bulgaria, however, the country did not apply any restrictions in relation to the public, not even following the recommendations of social distancing. There were 30,000 fans in the clash between Nam Dih and Viettel, on June 6th.

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