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AC Milan vs Bologna Tomorrow Could Have Up To 1,000 Fans For First Time Since March

The socially distance stadium experience.

Internazionale v Pisa Photo by Mattia Ozbot/Soccrates/Getty Images

Antonio Vitiello is reporting that the Lombardy Region have issued an ordinance that will open sports facilities to the public. He reported that a decision was yet to be made on the possibility for fans to be present at AC Milan's opening game of the season at San Siro against Bologna on Monday.

A new report from Antonio Vitiello now reports that the sports facilities in the Lombardy region will be open to the public to some extent. The number of fans at the stadium cannot exceed 1,000 (for outdoor) and 700 (for indoor). The reporter notes that this is accoridng to the ordinance signed by the President of Lombary Attilio Fontana and is effective from the 19th of September. This effectively means that up to 1,000 fans are permitted to watch the season opener in Serie A for Milan tomorrow but there is yet to be any official confirmation nor update from the club.

Inter Milan played a friendly game against Pisa yesterday and a number of fans were present.