Everything was closed due to the lockdown, now the conditions are being normalized gradually. Poland Football Federation (PZPN) has officially appealed to the country's Prime Minister Matyusz Morajewski and also sought approval of fans to come to the stadium when football starts in the country.
On Saturday, the chairman of PZPN, Jibiganiv Bonike, has given this information. According to sources, Poland's top league, Ektraklasa, starting on 29 May, the government has said that the matches will be played in an empty stadium without spectators to prevent the transition of Covid-19. Bonaike, however, has said that fans can come to watch the match in limited numbers. In an interview Bonaike has said that he has sent a request to Marawiski.
PropGlade Sportvi wrote, "We want to get back to the truth that we know. We have opened shopping malls, restaurants, parks, so we can discuss about opening the stadium. Obviously It is a matter that we are talking about a tournament without more people in which more than 999 spectators can participate. I have put my point to the Prime Minister and I think if we follow the rules then this solution will be good. "Although Poland's football league was postponed to 13 March.