Belgian Football Union also wants “test” events for return of supporters

The sports sector is hoping that it will be able to organise “test in-person” events following the announcement last week that a “test concert” will be held in the city of Spa by the end of March.

“We have been contacted by the Belgian Football Union, which wishes to be on the side of those who come up with solutions” for the public’s return to the stadiums, the co-organiser of the Francofolies de Spa music festival, MR parliamentarian Charles Gardier, said on Sunday.

The renewed interest in in-person events was spurred by the announcement last week by Gardier, the Ykons pop-rock group and the Spa Culture Centre that the test concert would be held in the thermal city in Belgium in late March.

“We could also propose very soon, in any case before the end of March, a test basketball match at the Liège Country Hall, with the protocols that were defined in September and a scientific analysis of the data,” said Liège Basket Club manager Philippe Dodrimont, who is also an MR parliamentarian.

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