Championship clubs Luton Town and Wycombe Wanderers have the scoop on Wednesday.
From that day on, English clubs are allowed to allow several thousand spectators again under strict conditions for the first time since the corona outbreak in March.
There are running routes, temperature checks and time slots within which the fans are allowed to enter the stadium.
And limited catering is available at Luton and Wycombe stadiums.
Everything to minimize the risks of infections.
Luton will play at home against Norwich on Wednesday, Wycombe will host Stoke City.
Both clubs are located in the so-called 'Tier-2 area', an area in which the middle of three levels of measures against the corona virus applies.
Just like London and Liverpool, where the clubs will be able to welcome a maximum of two thousand fans again this weekend.
Manchester and Newcastle, among others, are in layer 3.
The stadiums will remain closed there.
Luton will admit a thousand "ambassadors" of the clubs on Wednesday, selected from fans who have had a season ticket for at least ten years.
"As you understand, it will be different from what you are used to," the club reports on the website.
Luton Town played at home against Birmingham last week without an audience. (Photo: ANP)
Luton Town played at home against Birmingham last week without an audience.
'Be careful with singing, cheer and cheer'
Wycombe is also keeping it at a thousand instead of two thousand fans for the time being, also to test how it goes.
"Avoid hugs, high fives, shaking hands, or other close contact with people outside of your social bubble," the club asks.
"And beware of singing, cheering, and shouting."
The supporters are even asked not to take the ball if it lands in the stands during the game.
Arsenal will be the first club of the highest level to allow spectators on Thursday.
That happens in a duel with Rapid Wien in the Europa League.
The Champions League match between Liverpool and Ajax will be played without an audience on Tuesday.