After Emilia-Romagna and Veneto, now Lombardy regional authorities have also opened up to a maximum of 1,000 fans for football matches.
The games have been played behind closed doors due to safety concerns since the lockdown for COVID-19 in March.
Although the Government has not yet given the all-clear for football matches, the regional authorities have expanded the lockdown rules to allow up to 1,000 at open-air events.
These rules have been applied to all open-air events, including concerts, theatres and the MotoGP.
It is too late to organise ticket sales for this weekend, but clubs based in these regions should be able to welcome fans from next week.
The Lombardy clubs in Serie A are Inter, Milan and Atalanta.
Bologna, Sassuolo and Parma are in Emilia-Romagna, with Udinese and Hellas Verona in Veneto.
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