ROME — Nearly seven weeks after the last game was played, Italy’s top soccer division finally has a target date to resume practice.
Premier Giuseppe Conte announced Sunday that professional sports teams can resume training on May 18, while individual sports can resume practice on May 4.
The move means that the Serie A league could resume playing games in June — albeit without any fans in the stadiums.
Conte said that starting on Monday, Sports Minister Vincenzo Spadafora “will work intensely with … the soccer system, the professional sports in general, to find a road map that we have already partly defined in terms of the resumption of individual training on May 4 and teams on May 18.”
Source : NBC News