The FIGC prepared a plan for the reopening of stadiums in Italy including clear masks and at least 2.25-meter social distances and presents the idea to the government.
La Repubblica reports that aiming to reopen stadiums by mid-October the Federcalcio prepared a plan for review by the Italian government.
The report says that the goal of the FIGC is to have a collective obligation to wear clear masks that the police will identify.
The newspaper writes that with at least 2.25 meters of social space between each occupied seat, the Federcalcio is optimistic that they will get the go-ahead in time.
For now, the Technical and Scientific Committee (CTS) has said no but the FIGC is still working on the protocol.