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Fans set to return from May 17

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Fans are set to return to sporting events from Monday, May 17 as Prime Minister Boris Johnson outlined his road map for easing coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

Although the FA Cup final is set to be played on Saturday, May 15 - two days before the initial plans to allow fans to return, it could be used as a test event.



However, adults will have to wait a further three weeks to restart organised sports, with grassroots football set to resume along with the reopening of tennis courts, golf courses and other outdoor sport facilities.



Under the proposals, it would mean the final weekend of the Premier League season, set to be played on Sunday, May 23, could potentially be played in front of a limited number of fans.



However, the Prime Minister has now revealed plans in the House of Commons to ease restrictions step-by-step across the whole country simultaneously instead of on a regional basis.

The Prime minister has also revealed non-elite sport - including grassroots football - can resume in England from March 29.

Sky Sports News reported last week the FA and EFL were working with the Government to get fans inside Wembley for the two showpiece finals of the FA and Carabao Cups.
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