“5,000 supporters will be allowed to attend every game starting from the next round, as the Premier League is eager to continue the gradual return of spectators to football games in recognition of their important role,” the Premier League said in a statement on its official Facebook page on Monday.
Egypt has been holding all football games behind closed doors over the past year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Back in October, the spectator ban was partially lifted in tandem with the start of the domestic league’s current season.
“The interior ministry has agreed to allow 1,000 supporters of each club to attend league games starting from the new 2021/22 season,” Premier League CEO Ahmed Diab said at the time.
In Monday’s statement, the Premier League also announced that the price of the unified ticket for attending matches has been reduced from EGP 100 to EGP 75 to make it easier for fans to attend.
The second round of the Egyptian league is set to start on Monday.
Holders Zamalek are currently at the top of the Egyptian Premier League’s table with 41 points from 17 games, six points ahead of second-placed Pyramids FC, who still have one match in hand.
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