The 2019/20 La Liga season is set to resume in the coming weeks as Real Madrid and all other La Liga teams have been informed that they can resume training immediately. The news comes following a meeting that took place on Sunday between the league, Spain’s National Sports Council (CSD) and the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF).
Any return to action, however, will be subject to decisions taken by the Ministry of Health and will be only allowed under strict health protocols.
La Liga has been suspended since March with Real Madrid only two points behind rivals Barcelona with eleven games still to be played.
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Whilst fans will surely welcome a return to action it is almost certain that the remaining matches in this season’s La Liga will be played behind closed doors with no fans allowed inside the stadium. Because of this, the club has been in discussions with the League about playing their remaining home games at the Estadio De Alfredo Stefano, a venue with a 6000 seat capacity normally used by the Real Madrid B team.
The League have indicated that they would approve of such a move which would allow work to continue on the Bernabeu Stadium during the summer months. With Real also having upcoming Champions League fixtures permission would also need to be sought from UEFA to play any of these fixtures at the largest ground at the club’s training ground facility in Valdebebas.
Whilst action hopefully may resume soon it will certainly not feel anything like normal!