The fans will return to the French stadiums from the end of this week for the first time since the outbreak of the new Corona virus last March.
Two second-tier teams in the northwest of the country will host two games at their stadiums, when Chambley receives the Boulogne-sur-Mer team of third degree and Caen for Paris FC, in two confrontations expected to be attended by a few hundred fans as a maximum.
Sunday will be the biggest test when second-tier Le Havre will host Paris Saint-Germain, French champion in a match that will prepare him for the final two matches of the French Cup and League Cup and the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
Since the maximum number set for five thousand people includes players, coaches, officials, journalists, security men and workers, between 4,000 and 4,500 cards were sold within a few minutes, according to Le Havre.
The match may witness the highest crowd rate among the five major European countries in soccer since last March.
The fans will have to wear protective masks while moving around the stadium, and respect the principles of social separation, unless they are with a group of friends or family members.
These matches will be a test for the final match of the French Cup and League Cup, which will be held at the end of this month.
The La Liga, which ends the La Liga season on July 19, hopes to open the next season with a public turnout of 30% of the stadiums capacity.
In Germany, whose soccer season has reached the end of the Bayern Munich crown for the eighth year in a row, the authorities are studying a similar scenario, while their counterparts in England may test this in events during the summer.
In Italy, the government does not plan to take any decisions before “mid-July.”