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You're not singing anymore! Fans can finally return to stadiums next month after new measures are announced... but will be urged not to chant for fear of spreading coronavirus Fans could be allowed back into football stadiums again from next month Their return could coincide with start of the new season in England and Wales But reports suggest they may not be able to sing or chant during matches That's because of fears of spreading coronavirus while fans are in the stands Lockdown restrictions have been eased to allow fans back to sports events Further 'pilot' events are planned for the weeks ahead in rugby and racing 

By Adam Shergold for MailOnline

Published: 08:50 BST, 14 August 2020 | Updated: 08:52 BST, 14 August 2020

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Football fans 'might not be allowed to chant or sing' when they start to return to stadiums next month.

Lockdown restrictions are being eased gradually and that could mean spectators are readmitted to stadiums in time for the new season in England and Wales.

But there may be an absence of atmosphere with fans likely to be urged to keep their mouths shut and not sing for fear of spreading coronavirus.

Fans 'may not be able to chant or sing' when they're allowed back into stadiums next month

Fans 'may not be able to chant or sing' when they're allowed back into stadiums next month

Fans will be told to keep their mouths shut for fear of spreading coronavirus in the stands

Fans will be told to keep their mouths shut for fear of spreading coronavirus in the stands

A young fan at a Russian Premier League wears a face mask as he supports his team

A young fan at a Russian Premier League wears a face

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