The SPFL are looking to hold talks with the Scottish Government over key concerns regarding season-ticket sales, according to the Daily Record.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon stated yesterday that she hopes Scotland will be in “level 0” of the country’s Covid tiers in June [Scottish Sun]. This would mean all restrictions would be lifted by the summer. However, she didn’t mention what that meant for football and sport in general.
Scotland are set to welcome 12,000 fans to Hampden for this summer’s Euro 2020 tournament. But there have yet to be any details given on whether fans can return for next season’s Scottish Premiership campaign, due to kick-off in August.
Now the Record is reporting that top officials across the nation’s biggest clubs are concerned as they remain determined to build on Scotland’s Euro crowds.
As quoted by the Record, an unnamed Premiership official said the following:
“Scotland has been given the go-ahead for around 12,000 fans to be at Hampden for the Euros, providing there aren’t any more spikes with the pandemic, which is brilliant news. We know the most important thing is controlling the pandemic and making sure people are safe.