The Moose CF you already know officially that you will be able to 40 percent of the capacity of the Martinez Valero in their first league games at home. On the opening day before the Athletic Club de Bilbao on Monday, August 16 at 10 p.m. and on the third day against the Sevilla Saturday, August 28 at 7:30 p.m.
That percentage means that some 13,500 fans will be able to access the franjiverde stadium, as long as the Valencian government do not modify said capacity based on the evolution of the pandemic. Regarding the Elche-Levante of the Elche Festival On Saturday, August 7 at 9:00 p.m., only three thousand spectators will be able to access.
As stated in the agreement made public by the Ministry of Health, a maximum capacity of 40 percent has been set for matches in open venues and 30 percent in closed ones, always guaranteeing a minimum interpersonal distance of 1.5 meters.
The Minister of Health, Carolina Darias, has highlighted the broad support that this agreement has had, which establishes “a common framework that launches a message of unity.” A consensus that is increasing and to which “we must give its value”.
Those attending stadiums and pavilions will be paid, as well as the local public and the training sessions will be carried out preferably behind closed doors, and in any case, within the limits of the established maximum capacity. Fans will not be able to travel to watch their teams’ matches away from home until further notice.
The agreement emphasizes the obligation to use the mask and respect the health indications. Therefore, people with symptoms compatible with Covid-19, as well as those that are isolated or in a quarantine period due to close contact with a case of coronavirus.