The Italian federation reveals the recovery plan

The Italian federation unveiled on Monday the program to resume the championship, while also validating the health protocol.

The Italian Football Association (FIGC) has completed its recovery plans while Serie A is ready to become the next European Championship to start again.

The Italian league had previously confirmed that Serie A will start on the weekend of June 20-21, with late matches remaining, and the Coppa Italia final is scheduled for June 17. This Monday, the federation revealed the details of the terms of this return, with several precautions in place to ensure player safety.

The championship begins with two matches on June 20, where Torino hosts Parma while Cagliari visits Verona. Atalanta then welcomes Sassuolo the next day while Inter meets Sampdoria on June 21. Each of these matches will complete the 26th level, while the 27th will begin on June 22nd.

Championship leader Juventus will make his big come-back on June 22 with a visit to Bologna, while AC Milan meet Lecce and Fiorentina host Brescia on the same day. The first full day ends on June 24 with the holding of three matches and the following lift begins on June 26 with the opposition between Juventus and Lecce.

When the competition resumes, a maximum of 300 people may enter the stadium, while the two teams must arrive in two different buses. Before the game begins, the holders and substitutes will be separated into two different dressing rooms, while there will be no ceremony before the match, photos or handshake between the different players.

During the game, players must stand at least one and a half feet from the referee to maintain social distance.

After the match there will be press conferences after the match, although these will be done in “Formula 1 format”. Questions are sent by journalists and the answers will be broadcast on TV and on social networks.