Late last month, French President Emmanuel Macron issued a nationwide stay at home order due to the spike in coronavirus cases. As a result, a curfew is in place to ban travel for non-essential reasons from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., which is often when Paris Saint-Germain matches occur at the Parc des Princes.
With the spike in coronavirus cases and a curfew imposed by the federal government, PSG is playing their home fixtures behind closed doors the last month. Life without supporters at the Parc will continue into 2021, according to RMC Sport.
The French media outlet states that there will be no supporters at the stadium before the beginning of January. Furthermore, the French government will compensate the clubs for the loss of ticket revenue, which will have a ceiling of €5-million per club.
As a second wave continues to hit France, it will all come down to whether or not the country and get their cases under control or expect the date to allow supporters into stadiums to be pushed back.
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