The first two match days of the first Spanish football league, Primera División, after the three-month Corona break are scheduled. The league organizers announced on Sunday. On June 11th at 10 p.m., the city derby between FC Sevilla and Betis Sevilla will be the first match of match day 28. Then it continues in a tight rhythm: by the end of the season on July 19, at least one game should take place every day.
The defending champions FC Barcelona will be guests of RCD Mallorca on Saturday, June 13th at 10 p.m. A day later at 7.30 p.m. Real Madrid welcomes in the youth arena Estadio Alfredo di Stefano SD Eibar. The main stadium Santiago Bernabéu is currently being renovated. Barcelona are currently two points ahead of the arch rivals from the Spanish capital in first place in the table.
Ligaboss Javier Tebas spoke to Movistar about a planned tribute to the victims of the corona pandemic, in which fans are apparently supposed to make sound recordings of themselves applauding the victims. These recordings are then to be broadcast in the stadium and broadcast on television in the 20th minute of each game.
In Spain, like in other European countries, many people had stood at their windows, on their balconies and on their roofs in the evenings in the past few months, applauding health workers for their efforts during the crisis, after the Bundesliga the Spanish league became the second be the top European league that will start playing again. The English Premier League will return on June 17 and the Italian Serie A three days later. The French Ligue 1, however, was canceled.
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