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Football Clubs Prepare for Fans in EFL and Premier League

football clubs prepare for fansThe government announced that they are allowing spectators in outdoor sports venues in England starting December 2. Thus, football clubs prepare for fans in the stands.

Ten Premier League teams are in tier two, including West Ham, Everton, Tottenham, and Liverpool. They can have a maximum of 2,000 fans in the venue to watch live games. On the other hand, ten teams are in tier three. They can’t have fans in the stands.

English Football League teams and eight Women’s Super League teams can welcome fans back in their stadiums. However, they haven’t confirmed if they are going to allow fans to watch the games live. At present, there are no teams in tier 1, which allows up to 4,000 fans in the venue.

Football Clubs Prepare for Fans

According to pay per head reports, Arsenal will be the first Premier League team to host fans. They will play against Rapid Vienna at home on December 3. The first Premier League match to have live audiences will be the Manchester United vs. West Ham fixture on December 5. Later that day, Leeds will face Chelsea.


However, West Ham will not allow fans from tier 3 areas or overseas into the venue. Also, they will have limited drinks and food available for sale. According to sportsbook pay per head reviews and news sources, The Hammers will hold a raffle for season-ticket holders.

West Ham is looking forward to having fans in the stands. They would want to accommodate more fans, but they need to follow the government’s protocols during the pandemic. Also, Tottenham will have fans watch their game against Arsenal on December 6.

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