Fans to be allowed into stadiums in new Premier League season but with signing 'code of conduct'

Fans to be allowed into stadiums in new Premier League season but with signing 'code of conduct'

Many safeguard measures are planned to be implemented with this code and a ban of chanting is among them, as per The Sun.

According to the Sun, the fans might be allowed back into stadiums in England by the start of the new Premier League season but under one condition - they will have to sign a certain 'code of conduct'.
This code might include a ban on chanting and singing to safeguard against spreading COVID-19.

Of course, the fans will be allowed to attend in limited numbers; they will be obliged to maintain social distancing on the stands where hand sanitiser stations will be set up.

One-way entry and exit, as well as staggered arrival at the stadium, might be among the necessary measures.

MLS' experience in bringing fans back to the stadiums might be used - in the US, the fans had to sign a waiver saying they wouldn't take legal action against clubs or the league if they contracted coronavirus while attending a game. 

Only then, 3000 spectators were allowed to attend the game between FC Dallas and SC Nashville IIR on Wednesday night.

Previous reports suggested that Premier League plan to allow fans into stadiums by October.
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