Premier League outline strict rules for fans’ return including no drinking alcohol or singing

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The Premier League is set to install a strict set of rules upon the return of fans next month, including banning singing and drinking alcohol.

It follows the Prime Minister's announcement that fans will be allowed into sporting events when the lockdown is over.

Up to 4,000 fans will be allowed into venues that are in Tier 1 locations, whereas clubs situated in Tier 2 will only be able to let 2,000 in.

Those that are in Tier 3, likely to include Liverpool and Manchester, will be prevented from allowing supporters in.

But those that are permitted to enter grounds will only be allowed under a number of unusual rules.

Fans could be back at Premier League grounds around the country next month

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The Premier League have written to the clubs with a strict set of guidelines, branded the Covid Code of Conduct, according the Daily Mail.

They report that included are rules banning drinking alcohol and singing, as well as shouting.

The code will require fans to agree to it before purchasing tickets to venues.

It is further reported that clubs will be able to outline the new laws however they wish and that discussions are set to be held over the repercussions those that fail to comply.

Fans will have to stagger their arrival and exit times to avoid crowding and signs for social distancing, personal hygiene and code reminders will be put into heavy use around the grounds and facilities.

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Face coverings will be required at all times while bottles of hand gel no bigger than 50ml will be permitted.

Supporters will also be encouraged to travel safely and avoid busy public transport routes as much as possible.

There will be a duty of care on the club's behalfs, with payments through card only one such method, as well as a digital entry system.

Fans will not be allowed to drink at stadiums

The Premier League is desperate to pull off such a scheme and prove to the government that such events can be held with fans attending safely.

Clubs around the country are even more eager, especially lower down the footballing pyramid, where gate receipts are integral to finances.

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