Football fans will get an opportunity to visit the stadium for the first time on Friday, following the lockdown implemented four months ago due to the Corona epidemic in Britain. In fact, the five spectators will be given permission to attend the Irish Cup final match between Ballimena United and Glentoran on Friday in Windsor Park.
However, the stadium here has a capacity of 18,500 audiences. Irish FA Chief Executive Patrick Nielsen told AP, 'We are taking the initiative to bring audiences back to the Games. It is up to us as the site operators to ensure that everything is done safely. We think this is a good figure to take initiative. '
The plan of the British Government is to approve the organization of football and other sports in the presence of audiences from October. Last week, in local cricket and horse racing, the audience was allowed to come in limited figures.