A maximum of seven thousand spectators are welcome at the exhibition match between Feyenoord and Sparta Rotterdam on Sunday. The game in De Kuip is an important test for the home club in the run-up to the season.
Feyenoord, which emphasizes following the guidelines of the government and the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), reports that visitors from one household and children under the age of eighteen do not have to keep 1.5 meters away.
In the run-up to the start of the Eredivisie season, Feyenoord will also practice against Twente in its own stadium next Saturday. The same rules will probably apply, although it also depends on how everything goes around the match against Sparta.
Slowly but surely, more and more Eredivisie (top) clubs are announcing exactly what the corona measures will mean for the supporters. PSV recently announced that 6,500 fans are always welcome in the first four home matches in the Eredivisie.
Earlier on Tuesday, Ajax reported that no supporters are welcome in Saturday’s exhibition game with RKC Waalwijk in the Johan Cruijff ArenA. The municipality of Amsterdam has not issued a permit for this.