The RBFA and the city of Brussels have collaborated on a return of supporters to the stadium and have developed a strict health protocol to receive 11,000 supporters, ”said a press release from the RBFA.
“All this, of course, subject to compliance with the social distancing measures. Unfortunately, UEFA is of the opinion that the next match of the Red Devils against Ivory Coast on October 8 will come too early to apply this protocol. take place behind closed doors. As soon as we get the green light, our Devils will be able to play with an audience again. “
Peter Bossaert, CEO of the KBVB: “It is of course a pity that we are not yet allowed to receive spectators for the next home game. But this is a European decision that applies to everyone and that we understand somewhere. Hopefully we will be able to do so in November, when we will play at home three times, but will receive an audience again. “
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