Positive news from the Welsh Government’s Coronavirus Update today as restrictions on spectators at sporting events to be lifted.
Full details of the Welsh Government’s announcement today set out the number of spectators permitted to attend football matches will rise from 50 to 500 from tomorrow the 15th January. Then from the 21st, there will be no limit on fans in attendance.
The JD Cymru Leagues have therefore announced the league will resume next weekend from the 21st January. Great news for Druids as the squad is eager to return to football after more than a month away over the holiday period.
Full FA Wales announcement below:
“In December, the FAW’s National League Board took the decision to suspend the Cymru Leagues, Adran Leagues and Ardal Leagues over the festive period due to the restrictions placed upon spectator numbers as a result of the omicron variant of COVID-19. This decision was taken to limit the loss of income for clubs and to provide the best chance for fans not to miss out on supporting their teams.
Today’s news is therefore pleasing, as fans can now return to supporting domestic football across the country having not missed out on any of the action.”
Full details on our opponents on the 21st will be announced shortly. Whether it be the Christmas doubler header against TNS or the scheduled match against Caernarfon Town on the 21st.
All announcements will be available on our social media pages. But great news for the players, staff and fans of the league’s return! We look forward to welcoming you all back to The Rock soon!
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