WATCH: QSL issues guidelines for fans to return to the stadiums

WATCH: QSL issues guidelines for fans to return to the stadiums

By QLNews

As part of measures following the resumption of 2019-20 season QNB Stars League and to gradually restore normalcy, the Qatar Stars League (QSL), in co-operation with the authorities concerned, has decided to allow fans at the stadiums with a limited number of tickets for each match, as per the following precautionary measures, starting from Week 21 of QNB Stars League.

There will be several specific controls for each match to ensure the safety and security of everyone, as follows:

- Everyone must have a ticket to enter the stadium.

- Tickets will be available only online, on the official website (tickets.qsl.qa).

- Only General Admission tickets will be up for sale. Tickets for the left and right sides of VIP Stand will not be sold.

- Children below 12 years old will not be allowed to enter the stadium.

- All attendees must wear masks.

- All attendees must show ‘green health code’ on Ehteraz App.

- Maintaining social distancing is a must at the stadium.

The initial stage will be followed by several stages, after which the situation will be assessed according to the developments.

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