Serie A Clubs Vote To Resume Season On June 13: Serie A clubs have voted to return to action on the 13th of June, however the date is pending approval from the Italian government. Sixteen of the twenty clubs voted for Saturday the 13th of June while the remaining four voted for the weekend after.
From Monday the 18th of May, Serie A clubs are allowed to resume group training and that has already been agreed by the government and the Italian Football Federation. After that date was confirmed, attention was always going to turn to the date that the season could resume.
It’s more good news for European football fans as the Bundesliga returns on Saturday afternoon, after we seen the season finish in the Netherlands and France. While we await news from the Premier League.
Italian protocol will be different from the Bundesliga. If a player tests positive for Coronavirus the whole squad must go into quarantine for 15 days. Italian clubs are hopeful of finishing the Coppa Italia as well as Serie A.
A Serie A statement said “Regarding the resumption of sporting activity, in accordance with the decisions of the Government and in compliance with the medical protocols to protect players and all involved personnel, the date of June 13 has been indicated for the resumption of the league.”