Although he must obtain permission to return to play in Canada before he can hope to present matches in front of his supporters, the Montreal Football Club is delighted with recent announcements from the Quebec government that could allow him to find his home.
As of May 28 throughout Quebec, performance halls and stadiums with assigned seats, such as Stade Saputo, will be able to accommodate 250 people per section of their amphitheater, up to a maximum of 2,500 people. This measure will come into effect on the same day that the curfew, currently at 9:30 p.m. in Montreal, will be lifted.
“CF Montreal enthusiastically welcomes the latest news announced Tuesday by the provincial government, which is very encouraging for the rest of the deconfinement. We continue to work with the MLS, the other two Canadian clubs, as well as the various levels of government, as we look forward to playing games in front of our fans again in Montreal, which will only be possible when travel protocols between. Canada and the United States, including quarantine, will be changed, ”the club commented on Wednesday, the day after the deconfinement plan was announced.
CF Montreal is currently playing its local games in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The club were forced into exile in the United States due to mandatory quarantine upon returning to Canada after traveling internationally.