Possible date for fans' return to stadium unveiled


Football authorities are reportedly planning how they'll use the community shield as a test event to allow fans back into stadiums

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Clubs nationwide are desperate for football to return with fans in stadiums as the current development amid the coronavirus pandemic has impeded them financially.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Tuesday that social distancing guidelines could be reduced to one-metre from July 4.

And that has raise the prospect of stadiums being at least half full when football returns next season.

A date of September 12 was put forward to start the new domestic season, but that will prove difficult with international fixtures confirmed to be taking place a few days prior.

As it stands,  the Community Shield could be scrapped, with next season's fixture calendar beginning to look increasingly congested.

The season's curtain-raiser at Wembley could therefore be removed from the football calendar, unless fans are able to attend.

According to The Timesfootball authorities are weighing up the idea as they work out how to safely allow spectators back into grounds across the UK. 

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