Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said the country's top league, LaLiga, could resume on June 8.
The announced date is four days earlier than when the division hoped to resume the suspended 2019-20 season.
Although no official date for when the action will return has been confirmed.
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And Sanchez said that Spain did what it needed and now new horizons can open up for everyone.
“The time has come to recover many of our daily activities. Starting June 8, La Liga will be able to return, ”Sanchez said on Saturday.
"Spanish football has many followers, but it will not be the only recreational activity that will return."
Spanish clubs were allowed to restart training this week, two months after the coronavirus stopped playing across Europe.
Spanish football was suspended on March 12 amid the Covid-19 pandemic, but the LaLiga team stepped up their training on Monday morning.
Players are no longer training on their own. They can train in groups of 10 and now they can pass the ball to each other, but there cannot be five on each side, there are no routine free-kick practices and no pressing exercises.
LaLiga is eager not to get carried away by official advice, and President Javier Tebas said on Friday: “Clubs, directors, players and referees are eager to start the season again, but the competition will only begin when health officials consider it. be possible. Coordination with the CSD (Spanish Sports Council) and the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) will be essential. "
Barcelona are at the top of the LaLiga table, two points ahead of rival Real Madrid, with 11 games remaining.
Spain is one of the countries most affected by the coronavirus outbreak, with more than 28,000 deaths and more than 234,000 cases of infection diagnosed.
But the daily death toll has been steadily decreasing, with only 56 deaths recorded on Friday.
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