The Spanish Football Association announced today, Saturday, that the first and second division clubs can resume team training starting from Monday for the first time since returning to their activities that stopped in March due to the pandemic of the Corona virus.
“The clubs will start group exercises in the first of June after the government eased the restrictions,” the League League said in a statement posted on its official website.
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The clubs returned to individual training in the beginning of May before moving to groups in training for up to ten players in each group for a period of two weeks and then from 14 players since last Monday.
The Serie A will return on June 11, but without the fans present, with a Sevilla match against Real Betis with the possibility of holding matches every day until the end of the season on July 19.
Football activities in Spain stopped on March 12 due to an outbreak of the Coruna virus, but the infection rate has decreased significantly.
Yesterday, Friday, the Spanish Ministry of Health announced that 39 people had died in the last week due to the virus, compared to hundreds of daily deaths a month ago.