Real Madrid published a campaign on Social Media this Saturday to ask their own fans to stay home amidst the coronavirus outbreak that is happening across the world.
This match will be played at home. It's everyone's responsibility.#YoMeQuedoEnCasa | #StayHome pic.twitter.com/sWS6N6Acwx— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadriden) March 14, 2020
The Spanish government and several other institutions are telling the whole population to stay home in order to flatten the curve of people infected.
La Liga and UEFA have postponed their competitions for the next two weeks and the European association will have a meeting on Tuesday to make a decision about the future of the upcoming UEFA Euro, which could be moved to 2021, according to a report from AS.
Right now though, it’s clear that football is not a priority, even more so after Real Madrid had to place their players in quarantine following a member of the basketball team testing positive for the virus. Football will only be back when it’s safe to play the games, both for the players and also for the fans.