Contact tracing and seating clusters could allow fans back, says Danish Superliga study

Closed-doors Danish Superliga match between FC Copenhagen and FC Midtjylland on June 28. (Photo by Lars Ronbog / FrontZoneSport via Getty Images).

The organisers of the Danish Superliga say contact tracing and the organisation of fans into clusters could allow for a proportion of spectators to return to stadiums before the end of the season.

The Danish Ballgame Union (DBU), Danish Sports Association and the Superliga evaluated the measures at three Superliga matches in the most recent round of the competition to assess their feasibility in reducing the risk of spreading the Covid-19 virus.

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