The 2019/2020 football season in Italy will resume on June 13th with the Coppa Italia and one week later June 20th the Serie A will resume, after an agreement was found between the Italian government and the Lega Calcio, according to an announcement made by Italian Sport Minister Vincenzo Spadafora made on Italian broadcaster RAI Sport.

The decision was reached after a videoconference meeting attended by Italian Minister of Sport Vincenzo Spadafora, the Lega Serie A, the Italian PFA, the FIGC and Association of Italian Sports Medics.

According to the report, Spadafora will ask Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte to allow the matches to resume on June 13th instead of June 20th, beginning first with the return legs of both of the Coppa Italia semifinals followed by the final.

The following week it is time for the Serie A to resume Spadafora concluded. This decision follows after the scientific technical committee approved the medical protocol suggested by the Lega Calcio.

These include provisions that state that if one member of a squad or staff tests positive for COVID-19, then the entire team must remain quarantined for 14 days in their training ground as well as the individual who tests positive.