The Belarusian Premier League is continue to play matches as scheduled despite the Covid-19 outbreak having caused the postponement of football leagues around the world.

A spokesperson for the Belarusian Football Federation told our sister site TheTicketingBusiness that the average attendance over the first two match days was 1,250 spectators, marking a 60 per cent fall.

In 2019, league champions Dinamo Brest welcomed an average attendance of 8,839 at its 10,060-capacity Regional Sport Complex Brestsky. For their one league game so far this season they attracted just 3,648.

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