European Clubs Are Playing Charity Matches To Support Medical Facilities
The tripartite tournament has been dubbed the “European Solidarity Cup”, and thousands of medical personnel and caregivers are scheduled to receive tickets to attend the matches in honor of their work in the fight against the emerging Corona Virus pandemic.
Match times are to be decided when the 2021 schedule is clear and the fans are allowed to return to the stadiums, the Associated Press reported.
In two parallel steps indicating a return that may be close to the best two football tournaments in the world, the Spanish League players returned to group training on Monday, while their counterparts in England will take the same step on Tuesday.
The Spanish move comes after the German League became the first football league in the world to resume its matches over the weekend.
The English Premier League clubs will return to training on Tuesday, after agreeing to allow stakes from “small groups” at the start, while normal exercises, which include docks, are expected to return next week.
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