The Premier League is planning to have fans back in the stands by October as the covid19 cases around the country continues to drop.
The new Premier League season will start on the 12th of September and fans had been hoping that the Community Shield, which is set to be held on the 29th of this month, will see them return, but that will not happen.
The month of September will also see no fans returning to the stadiums. However, there are plans to see fans get back inside the stadiums for the first games of the month of October.
Mail Sport is now reporting that although Arsenal fans will be able to attend their home matches and watch their team play, they will still not be able to follow their club to away games.
Arsenal is among the teams that have already told their fans to get ready to get back in at the Emirates from October (Goal), and talks have reached the final stage.
However, the report claims that there will be no provision for away fans to travel with their teams and watch them play.
Arsenal will be happy that they can welcome their fans as matchday revenue losses have been a problem for them since the games have been suspended and then played behind closed doors.