PREMIER League football fans were allowed back last night for the first time in nine months.
Socially distanced West Ham supporters were the first Premier League fans to return[/caption]
They had to wear masks and remain socially distanced.
On arrival, they had to have a temperature check, fill out a medical questionnaire and download the NHS app.
A young West Ham fan in a mask was able to watch his team in action[/caption]
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Speaking before his team’s 3-1 defeat, West Ham boss David Moyes said: “It’s been really strange not having fans — but I don’t know if it’ll be even stranger having only 2,000 in a 60,000-seater stadium.”
Any clubs in areas that get downgraded to Tier 1 will be allowed to let in 4,000 fans.
But all supporters are still banned in Tier 3 areas.
Chelsea fans were the first back to see their team record a win[/caption]
Some Chelsea fans brought a banner back to Stamford Bridge[/caption]
Olivier Giroud celebrated in front of fans after Chelsea’s first goal[/caption]
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