Experts panel on Covid-19 management allowed 100 per cent crowd for the upcoming ISL final to be played in Fatorda on March 20. The Jawaharlal Nehru stadium has a capacity of 19,000 right now. The Goa government’s apex committee of experts on COVID-19, at a meeting here, gave its go ahead for 100 per cent use of the seating capacity at the stadium in view of improvement in the pandemic situation in the state, an official said.
The committee, which has medical professionals as members, met in Goa Medical College and Hospital premises to discuss a proposal to allow the final match of the country’s top football league with 100 per cent capacity at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium at Fatorda in South Goa. The meeting was chaired by Dean of GMCH Dr Shivanand Bandekar.
The committee has given its go ahead for the final match with 100 per cent capacity considering the COVID-19 situation in the state, Bandekar told reporters after the meeting.
He said the entry into the stadium for the final match will be restricted to only those spectators who have taken both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine or those carrying COVID-19 negative test certificate.
The ISL final will be played between Kerala Blasters and Hyderabad FC on March 20.
Tickets for the ISL Final 2022: The 2021-22 ISL Finals will be played on March 20, 2022 at the PJN Stadium in Fatorda, Goa. It would be the first time in two years that fans would be allowed to watch the beloved match at the stadium. Due to the Covid -19 pandemic, fans had to wait two years before they could cheer on their favorite team from inside the stadium.
Tickets for the final are available at BookMyShow.com website, where fans can purchase tickets and watch the finals. There are however no restrictions based on the stadium and the number of seats. 100% of the fans will be allowed to attend the game as per Goa government clearance.
However, there are special security procedures and protocols that must be followed by fans attending the finals. Fans must be doubly vaccinated with a minimum gap of 15 days from their last dose, or with a negative RT-PCR report within 24 hours of entry. Wearing a mask at all times will be mandatory.
FSDL also announced that as part of the fan experience, spectators attending the final will be able to claim a part of ISL history with a commemorative ISL Digital Collectible of the final match ball offered to all holders. tickets. Three lucky fans in the stadium have the chance to ride home a brand new Hero Glamor motorbike in a competition open to Indian residents aged 18 or over.