After the acclaimed return to training and with all the senses placed in the return of LaLiga, there are many difficulties that concern the return of Spanish football. Among them is the absence of an audience in the stands, which will bring with it a freezing atmosphere. However, Javier Tebas has announced some of the hypothetical ideas they could carry out.
Because health authorities have been forced to ban fans from stadiums, LaLiga works on dog-faced contracts. In this sense, the stadium stands would be completely deserted. "The times you have seen matches behind closed doors sounds the echo, there remains a vision of the horrific empty stands. We are working on fairly modern, imaginative issues," explained the president of LaLiga.
Thebes, whose statements belong to a video conference with the Ibero-American Institute of Sports Law, has mentioned some of the possible originalities that would include this very atypical return of the competition. The first is virtual advertising: A technique that would allow to overlay emblems of sponsors of the competition, those of the clubs and the shields of each team.
On the other hand, there is another possible innovation that would connect fans through social networks. "There will also be some other interesting question, such as that some of the virtual advertising that has the stands will be messages on Twitter that arrive during the match," said Javier Tebas.
Another novelty would be the new distribution of the cameras. The shortage of fans would allow new devices to be added for the broadcast of matches. "Since there is no audience, the realizations do not have to be the same master plane from the same place, or the plans of the bands, behind the goalposts or the cornerers… There will be new visions with different positions of the cameras," said Madrid. In addition, the possibility of establishing some ambient sound model is considered.
In Germany, where the Bundesliga returns on the 16th, the initiative has been taken to use replicas of cardboard to disguise the lack of audiences, particularly in Borussia Park. This measure determines the variety of options that are being made on the return of the competitions. Thus, although they are only mere assumptions, what is certain is that LaLiga works with the intention of bringing the matches to each living room as closely as possible.