From May 19, in the second phase of deconfinement, the government announced the return of the public to stadiums and sports halls. The gauge will be set at 800 people indoors and 1,000 outdoors. In both cases, it will be necessary to count in these figures the teams, staff or journalists. Sports activities can be resumed in covered places or in the open air, all with adapted protocols. The curfew will also be moved from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. This could cause the schedules of certain meetings to change. These measures are nevertheless conditioned and adapted to the places and the activities.
Here is the list of sporting events that will take place from that date in Brittany:
– May 19. Climb barrage in Ligue 2 between the 18th in Ligue 2 and the 3rd in National. This match could concern Guingamp (current 16th in Ligue 2, 38 points), US Concarneau (6th in National with 42 points) and Stade Briochin (7th in National with 40 points).
– May 19. First leg of the Women’s Handball League between Brest BH and Metz. The exact order of the match is not yet known.
– May 21 and 22. Rugby: Top 14 roadblocks between the top 6 Pro D2 clubs (8:45 p.m.). RC Vannes will be affected.
– May 22. Football: return match between the 18th in Ligue 2 and the 3rd in National.
– May 22. Cycling: Tour of Finistère.
– May 23. Football: 38th and last day of Ligue 1 (9 p.m.): Stade Brestois – PSG, Rennes – Nîmes.
– May 23. Handball: Women’s Handball League return final between BBH and Metz. The exact order of the match is not yet known.
– May 25. Basketball: Pro B: Béliers de Kemper – Lille (19 h).
– May 27. Football: first-leg barrage of accession to Ligue 1 between the winner of the Ligue 2 play-offs and the 18th in Ligue 1.
– May 29. Sailing: start of the Tour de l’Europe in Lorient.
– May 30. Football: return match for accession to Ligue 1.
– May 30. Cycling: Brittany women’s championships in Pontivy.
– May 30. Rugby: semi-finals of the Top 14 play-offs.
– June 4. Basketball: Béliers de Kemper – Vichy-Clermont (8 p.m.).
The third phase of deconfinement will take place from June 9. On this date, sports halls will be able to reopen their doors and contact sports can be practiced outdoors, and without contact indoors. Concerning the public, the gauge will be raised to 5,000 people with sanitary pass
and the curfew will be scheduled for 11 p.m. These measures will directly affect several sporting events in the region:
– June 11. Basketball: Quimper – Poitiers (8 p.m.)
– June 12. Rugby: play-off match between the 13th in the Top 14 and the loser of the Pro D2 play-off final (5.30 p.m.).
– From June 26 to 29. Cycling: first four stages of the Tour de France in Brittany.
On June 30, the country will enter the last phase of deconfinement. The curfew will end, as well as the gauge limits, depending on the local health situation, in establishments open to the public. Barrier gestures will always be relevant, as will social distancing. With a health pass, it will be possible to access any event bringing together more than 1,000 people indoors or outdoors. The maximum audience limit will always be adapted to the events and the local health situation.
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