Danish Prime Minister, Mette Frederiksen, deployed the countries' new de-escalation measures, which include the authorisation of sporting events to take place behind closed doors. The league's idea to return on 29th May is now feasible.
Football fans in Denmark are banned from attending matches due to restrictions over the new coronavirus, but top division club Midtjylland has come up with a solution inspired by classic drive-in theatres.
Midtjylland have come up with an idea so that, if the Danish league resumes and doesn't allow any fans, fans can go to the stadium. It is based on putting a drive-through cinema in the stadium car park so that all the fans can watch the game from their car.
Midtjylland player, Sory Kaba, who play in the Danish top-flight, gave an interview to 'AS' and told what the league's plan to return is. He affirms that there, they reacted very fast with regards to the crisis and matches are expected to return in mid-May.