After a difficult period of corona virus, now the game world is slowly starting to return. Now Japan is also going to join this list. The professional football match in Japan will resume in early July but during this time the stadium will not have spectators present.
The J-League said on Friday that football matches would be reinstated after a four-month suspension due to the corona virus. League chairman Mitsuru Murai made the official announcement online.
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“We have decided to resume the match on July 4 for the first division,” he said. Starting on July 4 means that it is too early for the spectators to enter the stadium. ”He said the lower divisions would resume the match at the end of June.