Danish Superliga matches could run at significantly increased capacity for the remainder of the season after authorities deemed three trial matches with 500 spectators per section a success.

The DBU, Danish football’s federation, the Danish Sports Association and the Superliga held the three matches in order to assess whether certain COVID-19 mitigation measures would be feasible moving forwards for the remaining seven matches of the 2019-20 season.

The National Police, Danish Serum Institute, the Danish Agency for Patient Safety, DBU and the Divisional Association evaluated the trial games and found contact tracing and clustering supporters into sections to be feasible.

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