I-League 2022 – Crowds will be allowed in selected I-League Phase 2 matches: According to the Ministry of Health, fans will be allowed in the stand and stadium sections selected for the I-League 2021-22 from the second round starting from April, subject to the health criteria set by the West Bengal government. After 22. Follow I-League Live updates on InsideSport.IN
Fans have already been allowed into the stadium for other sporting events in the country. “It gives us great satisfaction to welcome the fans to the selected stadiums in the stadiums for the I-League 2021-22. We are grateful to the huge army of fans for all their support during difficult times in our joint efforts to move forward together. We look forward to an exciting fight on the cards – whether it’s for the championship race or the relegation zone,The league’s CEO, Sunanda Dhar, said in a statement.
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“However, we will continuously review the situation on a regular basis and work in accordance with the health parameters set by the relevant authorities,” he added.
I-League 2022 – Crowds will be allowed in selected I-League Phase 2 matches: Meanwhile, all the 13 clubs will continue to operate within the bio-bubble of Kolkata and the approved fans in selected parts of the stadiums will not be able to go through the competition area of the respective stadiums in any way.
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Based on the results of Phase 1, the teams will be divided into two groups – Group A and B. Teams that finish in the top-7 in Phase 1 will move to Group A, while others will be locked in a relegation battle in Group B.
The teams of their respective groups will face each other in a round robin format. The points of both episodes will be taken into consideration.
I-League 2022: Good news for Indian football fans, crowd will be allowed in selected I-League Phase 2 matches
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