Serie A clubs have assigned June 13 as the resuming date for the postponed season of Italy ‘s football tournament.
In a video call, all 20 clubs participated and debated upon June 30 as a possible date to return but finally, June 13 was selected.
Serie A said in an official statement that, “Regarding the resumption of the sporting activities, the date June 13 for the resumption of the championship was indicated, in accordance with government decisions and in accordance with the medical protocols for the protection of players and all professionals.”
Due to COVID-19 outbreak, Serie A’s season postponed since March.
Italy’s Sports Minister Vincenzo Spadafora also disclosed on Wednesday that clubs are ready to resume their training from Monday, May 18.
Goal.com quoted Spadafora as saying that, “A few minutes ago I received a letter from the president of the FIGC (Italian Football Federation), Gabrielle Gravina, in which he announced that the FIGC has accepted all the comments of the Scientific Technical Committee, readjusting the protocol allowing without other difficulties to resume training from May 18.”
Before the postponement of Serie A, Juventus was on the top spot while Lazio was on the second spot with Inter Milan placed at the third spot.
Bundesliga will also resume its season on Saturday.
The UK government also give the green light to go-ahead England ‘s Premier League to resume their season after June 1 behind closed doors.