La Liga: The Spanish government has allowed the league to start in June
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced that the first Football League (La Liga) matches could start on 8 June and that the matches would be played without spectators. Addressing the nation on television, Sanchez said his country’s doors would be open to foreign visitors from July.
La Liga president Javier Tebas said Sanchez’s announcement indicated he hoped the matches would start on June 12.
But it is not yet clear when the matches will start in Spain.
Sevilla derby (Sevilla-Real Betis) may be the first match to be played after a Dec due to the Coronavirus outbreak in La Liga on 12 March.
Real Madrid 2 points ahead of the leader.
Training starts this week
In Spain, La Liga teams began training this week in groups of up to 10 people.
All players were tested for coronavirus at the beginning of May, and only five players in the first and second division were told their test results were positive.
These players had been quarantined at their homes before the teams began training on May 18.
Second division matches in Spain will also start in the same week as La Liga.