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Sport London in tier 2: You can attend a Premier League match again

16:30  26 november  2020
16:30  26 november  2020 Source:   cityam.com

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  London and Liverpool in Tier 2 - Birmingham and Manchester in Tier 3 as new system revealed London and Liverpool will be placed in Tier 2 of England's new system of COVID-19 restrictions, but Birmingham and Manchester will be in Tier 3. Matt Hancock will make a statement in the House of Commons on the new COVID-19 tiers shortly, but prior to the announcement the government launched a postcode checker for England's regions. © Getty London is one of the areas that will be in Tier 2 The website crashed within minutes of the postcode checker being launched.

Tier 3 includes Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Leeds. Half of top-flight clubs in tier 2 , allowing Arsenal will be the first Premier League club to have fans back when they play Rapid Vienna in the A number of EFL matches are due to be played next Wednesday in front of supporters and fixtures may

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London’s Premier League clubs will be allowed to have up to 2,000 people attend matches from next month, after the capital was placed into Tier 2 Covid restrictions.

The new restrictions mean that fans can enter through the turnstiles at their favourite grounds from 3 December.

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Arsenal’s Europa League fixture against Rapid Vienna next Thursday could be the first professional match to have live fans in England since March, however the club has yet to confirm it is ready for this date.

Just days later Arsenal is slated to play Tottenham away in the North London derby.

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So it could well be that London -based Premier League clubs such as Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham can begin to allow a few thousands fans back but For stadiums in Tier 2 , fans being served alcohol is unlikely. Official government guidelines say that, for Tier 2 , 'venues that serve alcohol can only remain

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There has not been any word from London’s Premier League clubs – Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea, West Ham, Crystal Palace, Watford and Fulham – if they will definitely be letting in fans next month now that the capital is in Tier 2.


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London League Two club Leyton Orient told City A.M. that they will have fans in stadiums next month, even though the club will operate at a loss.

Liverpool and Everton will also be able to have fans at games, however Manchester United, Manchester City, Leicester City and Aston Villa will not.

Liverpool’s Covid cases have fallen dramatically and the city has been placed into the Tier 2 category, while Manchester, Birmingham and Leicester were all placed in Tier 3 – the highest level of alert.

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For the latest Premier League scores & stats in Matchweek 9, Season 2020/21, plus a live matchday blog, visit the official website of the Premier League .

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The government announced last week that areas in Tiers 1 or 2 will be able to have people attend sporting events in a very limited capacity.

Sporting venues in Tier 2 areas- such as London, Liverpool, Reading, Surrey and York – will be able to have a maximum capacity of either 2,000 people or 50 per cent of the stadium – which ever is smaller.

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Boris Johnson 'overruled Michael Gove call to put London in Tier 3' .
London was put in Tier 2 when the allocations were announced yesterday, giving some relief to the battered economy and hospitality industry. However, Matt Hancock made clear it had been a borderline decision, and warned there was a 'lot of work to do' for it to stay in the lower bracket. Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove, regarded as a leading 'Dove' in the top ranks of government, is believed to have pushed for London to be in the harshest bracket at a key meeting on Wednesday. But Mr Johnson - a former mayor of the city - went against his judgement, according to the Telegraph.

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