Some Spurs fans will be allowed to attend the final home game of the season after the Premier League decided to push back the club’s penultimate match of the season, according to the Press Association.
2000 Tottenham fans will get to attend the Carabao Cup final at Wembley on April 25, which is part of the government’s pilot to test the safe return of spectators in sporting arenas.
It has now been confirmed that some Spurs fans will also get the chance to return to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the final game of the season.
According to the government’s roadmap, clubs will be allowed to open their doors to 25% of their capacity or 10,000 supporters (whichever is lowest) when lockdown restrictions start easing from May 17th.
The Premier League has decided to push back the 37th round of fixtures from the weekend of May 15th to midweek over May 18th and 19th, the day after the third step of the government’s coronavirus roadmap is scheduled to take place.
This means that 10,000 Spurs fans will get the opportunity to attend Tottenham’s clash against Aston Villa in North London.
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