Teams have been in training for a couple weeks now, which gave an indication that competitive football would soon be on the horizon.
Spain's second tier - has also been cleared to resume on the same date.More news: Wuhan Bans Hunting and Eating Wild Animals Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
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Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez confirmed in an address to the nation that many daily activities will be allowed to start up again and football will be among them.
Real Madrid, Barcelona and the rest of the top-flight clubs can expect to play the first of their remaining matches on the weekend of 12-14 June, with the football authorities planning to kick off the postponed 2019-20 season run-in with Rayo Vallecano versus Albacete - which was suspended last December - on 9 June. "The time has come to bring back many day-to-day activities", said Sanchez. The Premier League is targetting a 12 or 19 June resumption and Italy's Serie A could follow on 15 June. "It is the result of the great work of clubs, players, coaches, CSD (National Sports Council) and agents. It is important to follow health regulations and ensure the pandemic doesn't come back".More news: PS5 will be an "evolution" for gaming sound, says Sony
Spain is one of the countries worst affected by the coronavirus outbreak, with more than 28,000 deaths and more than 234,000 cases of infection diagnosed.
With time limited, and with the top sides also having Champions League and Europa League commitments, it will mean teams playing both midweek and at weekends.
The re-start will make the Czech league one of the first in Europe to take to the pitch again.More news: Drake Calls Kylie Jenner a ‘Side Piece’ on New Track