“The Pro League received confirmation after intensive consultation between Minister of the Interior Pieter De Crem with the involved mayors of Brussels, Antwerp, Bruges and Leuven that the finals of this weekend can take place,” it says on the website of the Pro League.
The Pro League emphasizes that supporters should not come together. “The Pro League calls on all fans to follow these games in the safest conditions and absolutely not to come together. This call will be intensively made and repeated by the participating clubs in the run-up to the finals. ‘
After a long time there are again official matches on the program. “The Pro League is very relieved and satisfied that these particularly long-awaited matches will eventually take place and would like to thank the respective governments and in particular Minister of the Interior Pieter De Crem.”
Finals Croky Cup and Proximus League take place.
Follow them safely from your bubble!
The Croky Cup and Proximus League finals will take place.
Follow them safely with your bubble!
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