Fans will be allowed to watch Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur league cup final from the stands.
The confirmation came after the UK govt approve the bid.
Both teams will sell tickets and local fans too will be allowed inside the stadium.
If they believe this is the best, we can do it, hopefully it will work and nothing wrong will happen. Everyone is [waiting] for fans to come back into stadiums,” Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola on the new developments.
“If the government have decided this it is because they have listened to the scientists and the doctors for what is the best for everyone.
“We are a lucky profession for the fact we can do our job. How many jobs are closed and will not reopen again? We are waiting to come back for our fans.”
He said in a press conference recently, in response to this Tottenham Hotspur also confirm this on their website
A statement on the Spurs website read:
‘We can confirm that our Carabao Cup Final against Manchester City has been approved as an official test event, with 8,000 spectators permitted to attend the Wembley showpiece.
‘A proportion of these tickets will be made available to both finalists, meaning fans from ourselves and Manchester City will be granted access to Wembley Stadium for the final on Sunday 25 April as part of the Government’s Events Research Programme.
‘Tickets will also be allocated to local residents in Brent as well as NHS staff as a thank you for their service during the COVID-19 pandemic.’