Tag: Premier League


London back to closed-door games

London stadiums left with zero fans again

Professional sports in London will go back behind closed doors from December 16th as the English capital moves to Tier 3 of the country’s COVID-19 lockdown system. The above move translates to the fact that Premier League football clubs Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United,... » Read more


Fans back with gusto in Premier League games

England back with fans II

Fans of the professional football club in Liverpool, England – Liverpool F.C. – watched their side in pitch action for the first time as Premier League (UK) champions on December 6th. ‘The Reds’ clinched the crown for 2019-20 on June 24th this year. Fans have not been allowed in... » Read more


Few Premier League clubs to greet fans back

England back with fans update 26 November

In the wake of the new tiered lockdown system announced in England on Thursday, 10 Premier League football clubs will be allowed to let in up to 2,000 fans to their home matches from next week. The Premier League, often referred to outside England as the English Premier League or the EPL, is the... » Read more


COVID causes Spurs’ coffers to run bone-dry

Tottenham Hotspur financial statement

On Monday morning, English professional football club Tottenham Hotspur (UK) released its financial statement for the financial year ending June 30, 2020. And the numbers painted a grim picture almost ringing the fiscal alarm bells caused due to the COVID-19 menace. Tottenham Hotspur Football Club,... » Read more


UK clubs promise fans total safety in venues

UK to push for fan return October 2020

The Premier League, English Football League (EFL), the Football Association (FA), Women’s Super League and Women’s Championship has assured all fans in UK that together they are fully committed for the safe return of fans to the football ground at the earliest possible. A statement on the... » Read more


UK Govt’s ‘fans’ policy’ irks Premier League

UK back with fans update Sept. 2020

The Premier League recently expressed its “concern” at the decisions taken by the UK Government to restrict, and potentially put back, the planned program for the return of fans to football stadia. The football league has apprised the UK Government that more than £100m (€107.9m/$127.9m) is... » Read more


Premier League to be back on June 17

English Premier League will resume May 2020

The Premier League is all set to restart on June 17 with English professional football clubs Aston Villa taking on Sheffield United and Manchester City locking horns with Arsenal. Of course, the games will start only if the Government gives the go-ahead. The Premier League, often referred to as the... » Read more


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