PSSI Ketum says there are three stages to test audience attendance

PSSI Ketum says there are three stages to test audience attendance

PSSI President Mochamad Iriawan said three stadiums would be potential testing venues for spectator attendance to watch the 2021-2022 Indonesian League 1 game live.

“What is certain is that the stadium has met the requirements and has a seat number (single seat). It could be a large stadium like the Gelora Bung Karno main stadium, the Manahan stadium or the Si Jalak Harupat Stadium. We are still conducting a proper assessment, “Iriawan said at Bung Karno Intermediate Stadium in Jakarta on Thursday 11/11.

According to the man who is familiarly known as Iwan Bule, PSSI carefully considered everything before testing the stadium audience.

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In addition to building a system and establishing rules, the PSSI and competition operator PT Liga Indonesia Baru (LIB) are also examining the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.

“I hope the case will continue to bow,” Iriawan said.

PSSI and LIB plan to test audience attendance at the 2021-2022 stage of La Liga 1 at least in December 2021.

Later, the audience who can enter the stadium during the trial period are the guests, who number 100 to 200 people. However, this has not been confirmed at the stage of testing.

The Indonesian government itself has allowed spectators to be present in the stadium through Interior Minister’s Instruction Number 57 of 2021 regarding the implementation of restrictions on community activities at level 3, level 2 and Level 1 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in Java and Areas of Bali issued November 1, 2021.

In the Interior Minister’s Instruction, the government allows Liga 1 matches to be watched by spectators in stadiums with a total of 25% of maximum capacity or a maximum of 5,000 people.

The government requires all spectators to be green in the PeduliLindung app before entering the match arena. (Ant / OL-1)


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