Government's coronavirus plan: All football matches in England to be played behind closed doors
12 March 2020
The plan could be triggered if the number of coronavirus cases in the UK exceeds 500, according to the Times.
The season will not be postponed but, in addition to all matches being played behind closed doors, no matches will be shown in pubs either, the intent being to limit gatherings.
The current Premier League season will not be postponed but instead be played behind closed doors under the government's coronavirus crisis plan, which could be triggered if the number of cases in the UK exceeds 500, according to the Times.
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