The F. C. Barcelona-Naples Champions League match scheduled for March 18 it will be held behind closed doors. This was agreed this morning by the heads of Health and the General Secretariat of Sports of the Generalitat, meeting with officials of the Blaugrana club, host of the meeting. The decision is part of the prevention measures against the spread of Covid-19, that have led the Italian government to declare confinement throughout the country, as well as to close to the public various sporting events also in Spain.
The decision taken this morning confirms the proposal launched yesterday from the Generalitat, after it has been confirmed that Valencia-Atalanta will be held tomorrow behind closed doors in Mestalla. The Getafe-Inter de Europa League will be played without a public on March 19, as well as Roma-Sevilla, in the Italian capital.
This Saturday, contrary to what was assured until a day earlier, the Barcelona City Council announced the postponement of the Barcelona Marathon that had to be run in the Catalan capital the Sunday before the game. The decision was taken this Saturday between the Ministry of Sports and the Ministry of Health and Interior, precisely because there were hundreds of registered athletes who came from Italy.
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