Spain’s soccer league La Liga recommences its season after three months adjournment due to coronavirus pandemic. La Liga is all set to restart on Thursday night following the outstanding return of the German soccer league Bundesliga which resumed in May and Portuguese Primeira League, which started its season last week.
ESPN reports that the league has drawn up a disciplinary protocol to ensure the safety of all players in association with the Spanish government. Regulations abided by the league include officials and players should be tested 24 hours before games and temperature should be checked on the way to the stadium.
After a three months gap, the top Spanish airlines returned with a bang. Beginning on Thursday with Sevilla vs Real Betis, live streaming on TV This time league will be using virtual crowd and pre-recorded noise to experiment and give soccer fans a better experience while watching a much-predictable match at home. Soccer fans will also have an option to choose television feeds in which crowds will be digitally superimposed on the stands and cheering, and it will be the same as FIFA video games.