The ACB thanked this Saturday for the effort made by the Higher Sports Council (CSD) after the Government’s announcement to give “the green light” to the dispute of professional competitions from the week of June 8, while noting that “in the coming days” will announce the venue and dates of its final phase.
“The Government authorizes the return of professional competitions starting the week of June 8. The ACB appreciates the effort made by CSD to make it possible,” the ACB said through its official Twitter account.
The president of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, announced this Saturday that, since most of the Spanish territory will be in Phase 3 of the return to normality by June 8, the “major professional sports competitions” may resume their activity after the long halt due to COVID -19.
“The ACB continues to advance in the dispute of the Final Phase following the indications of Health and CSD. The ACB will announce in the next few days the venue of the Final Phase and the dates of the dispute,” he added on the social network.
On April 20, the ACB clubs agreed to end the regular season, that the Endesa League champion be decided with a Final Phase of 12 teams in a single venue and that there will be no relegations to the LEB Gold.
Meanwhile, on May 9, the ACB reported on the 10 possible venues among those that it will decide in the coming days: Almería, Andorra, Barcelona, Gran Canaria, Madrid, Menorca, Navarra, Tenerife, Valencia and Zaragoza.
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