Barcelona: Barcelona aren’t ruling out having fans for the Ferencvaros home game

Barcelona If the authorities allow it

Barcelona aren't ruling out having fans for the Ferencvaros home game

UEFA announced last week that they may permit clubs to open their stadiums to 30 percent of capacity for Champions League and Europa League matches this season, should the local authorities in the country where a club is based agree.

With this in mind, Barcelona believe there is a chance that they could have fans in the Camp Nou for their Champions League group stage game against Ferencvaros on October 30.

This decision would be taken in partnership with UEFA and the Catalan health authorities and Barcelona are already working to establish what the protocol would be if this is allowed.

“If the authorities allow it, then our intention is to open the stadium,” Barcelona’s economic vice-president Jordi Moix said on Monday.

“Health remains the priority.

“We already carried out a study for potentially opening up in June.

“If it is allowed this time around then yes, it would be good news.”

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