Spain’s top football league La Liga is unlikely to feature fans inside stadium for the remainder of the 2019-’20 season but that could change when the next season starts on September 12, the league’s India division Managing Director Jose Antonio Cachaza has said.

La Liga is set to return on June 11 after a three-month hiatus. The league was suspended on March 12 in Spain due to the coronavirus outbreak. The season will resume with the match between Sevilla FC and Real Betis, known as El Gran Derbi, which is the first of the 110 matches remaining to be played this season.

Barcelona lead by two points at the top of the table with Real Madrid placed second.

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Although games are set to be played behind closed doors now, La Liga president Javier Tebas on Sunday had said he hoped to have fans back in the stadium at some point during the 2019-’20 season, according to COPE, as reported by Diario AS.

However, when asked about the possibility of fans featuring in stadiums, Cachaza offered a different view.

“First of all, the whole country has to be in the same situation,” he said during a video...

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