Scottish Cup: The finals will be played without supporters

On 1 May, the Scottish Professional Football League agreed to award 600 out of 2,000 places requested by Scottish Cup finalist clubs. But the government raced to declare a state of emergency this Friday due to an increase in cases of Covid-19 contamination in Scotland.

While two finalist clubs, the Hibernian and St. Johnstone, reflect on awarding 600 tickets, country officials whistle at the end of the negotiations. The Scottish Government announced a re-control on Friday and Glasgow will remain under Level 3 sanctions, as will Moray, while most of Scotland’s Kovid-19 will move to Level 2 on Monday after an increase in cases.

Scotland’s Health Minister Jason Leach said on the Clyde 1 Super Scoreboard that: “Travel will not be allowed in and out of Glasgow, except for necessary reasons, and stadiums will not be allowed to accommodate supporters at level 3,” suggested.

Following this government decision, the Scottish Football Association reacted to its Twitter account: “Following today’s announcement by the Scottish Government that Glasgow will remain under Kovid Level 3 sanctions for at least one more week, the Scottish Government then confirmed That fans will not be allowed. Participate in the Scottish Cup Final, ”it read.

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