PSL release statement on potential fans return to stadiums after President address

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Fans have been unable to access stadiums since the first lockdown in March 2020 but with signs of the Covid-19 pandemic being controlled with the vaccination rollout moving at a faster pace, there have been suggestions of change in Mzansi.

The upcoming Soweto derby on November 6 was reported to have been targeted for allowing fans to return while the South African Football Association (SAFA) are set to allow a limited amount of fully vaccinated fans to attend home games for the senior a national team.

And further optimism was created by the president's address last night with the firm message of no vaccine no entry, but the PSL have now confirmed no spectators will be allowed in the DStv Premiership or GladAfrica Championship soon.

4. FNB Stadium (South Africa) – 94 736 seats
4. FNB Stadium (South Africa) – 94 736 seats
10. Salt Lake Stadium (India) – capacity of 85 000
10. Salt Lake Stadium (India) – capacity of 85 000 -image via timesofinda.com
9. Borg El Arab Stadium (Egypt) – 86 000 seats
9. Borg El Arab Stadium (Egypt) – 86 000 seats
8. Bukit Jalil (Malaysia) – 87 411 seats
8. Bukit Jalil (Malaysia) – 87 411 seats
7. Estadio Azteca (Mexico) – 87 523 seats
7. Estadio Azteca (Mexico) – 87 523 seats
6. Wembley Stadium (England) – 90 000 seats
6. Wembley Stadium (England) – 90 000 seats
5. Rose Bowl (USA) – 90 888 seats
5. Rose Bowl (USA) – 90 888 seats
3. Camp Nou (Spain) – 99 354 seats
3. Camp Nou (Spain) – 99 354 seats
2. Melbourne Cricket Ground (Australia) – 100 024
2. Melbourne Cricket Ground (Australia) – 100 024 seats
1. Rungrado 1st of May Stadium (North Korea) – 114
1. Rungrado 1st of May Stadium (North Korea) – 114 000 seats