The Heliodoro will be able to host about 17,000 spectators

The approval of the Government of the Canary Islands is still missing, but Heliodoro will be able to host 75% of its capacity for the derby against Las Palmas on Sunday. This means that some 17,000 fans will be able to watch the match live.. Of course, the forecast is that those who go will be asked for the COVID Passport.

This will be possible after the Interterritorial Council has agreed this Wednesday at its meeting to reduce the capacity of sports venues to 75% in stadiums and 50% in pavilions. Until now, there was no limit to the outdoors, while indoors it was 80%. The measure will take effect on January 1 and will be in effect until January 31.

Thus, the nearly 16,000 seats that Tenerife had already sold (between tickets and season tickets), may be fully occupied, except radical change of events. And within the blue and white painting, they breathe easy. It also remains to be defined whether the UD fans will be allowed to travel.

Therefore, the provisions of the Ministry of Health of the Canarian government are fulfilled. “The capacity has to be reduced considerably. We cannot keep them due to the situation we find ourselves in. “Blas Trujillo, head of the area, had said days ago. The option of playing behind closed doors was valued, but in the end the entry with restrictions has been decided, except for a radical turn of the situation.

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