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The R. Madrid-Atlético derby, declared high risk

Scheduled for Sunday, December 12 at the Bernabéu. Real Madrid-Inter Milan has also been declared high risk

White fans in a match at the Santiago Bernabéu

The Permanent Commission of the State Commission against Violence, Racism, Xenophobia and Intolerance in Sport has declared of high risk the derby that Real Madrid and Atlético they plan to play the next December 12th at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium.

This is the first Madrid derby to be played openly and with the public after the pandemic. In fact, and in the case of the white team, they have not played against the rival of the capital of Spain in the open for almost two years. It was on matchday 22 of that season that the February 1, 2020 at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium and that ended with a 0-0 draw. Just over a month before the COVID state of alarm was declared in our country. In fact, it is the first time they have faced an open public since then.

The last league precedent between the two was on matchday 13 of last season. Meeting held at the Ciudad Deportiva de Valdebebas and that ended with the white victory 2-0. Thus, the white stadium will be able to re-experience the atmosphere that surrounds a derby.

In addition, the Commission has also declared a high-risk match on the last day of the group stage of the Champions League that precisely faces the Real Madrid with Inter Milan. The game is scheduled for next December 7. Meeting where Ancelotti’s men play the first group place against the Italian team.

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