- FA Cup final could see 20,000 fans at Wembley as officials prepare to allow fans into stadium
- The final match of the competition has been slated for August 1
- FA Chiefs are hoping to allow limited number of fans into the 90,000 capacity Wembley stadium
There are reports that 20,000 fans might be allowed to attend the FA Cup final on August 1 as FA Chiefs prepare gradually return fans into the stadium, despite the coronavirus crisis.
It was gathered that if Britain can put the pandemic under control, 10,000 supporters for both finalists may be considered to watch the game to cheer their respective teams.
UK outlet Mirror are reporting that officials believe that the 90,000 capacity Wembley stadium is a perfect venue for such trial, in a bid to allow fans observe strict social distancing rules.
This idea is considered in the wake of a return of the Premier League which is billed to resume on June 17 with matches played behind closed doors.
Authorities in charge of football in England have given the approval for the FA Cup to return from June in which the prestigious competition will start from the quarterfinal stages.
All football activities in England have been suspended since March due to the threat coronavirus is causing in the entire world in which many people have been killed.
But after two months of no football games in England, Premier League chiefs have finally picked June as the month for the resumption of the suspended season.
As the lockdown is being eased gradually across the UK, scientists are concerned that coronavirus cases.
The quarter-final matches of the FA Cup have been scheduled to hold between June 27 and 28 with the semis on July 18 and 19.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Chelsea midfielder N'golo Kante has finally shown that he can also enjoy life after swapping his Mini Cooper car for an exotic new Mercedes Benz mostly known with footballers.
The 2018 World Cup winner has been regarded as both humble and happy by both who have encountered him. Despite winning back-to-back Premier League titles with Leicester City (2015-16 season) and Chelsea (2016-17 season) the Frenchman was not pressured into buying a more expensive car.
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