The MHSC is stopping the sale of tickets for matches to be played from January 3, 2022 due to new anti-Covid restrictions. A gauge of 5,000 places estimated at least for three weeks.
Fans and supporters of Montpellier, the football match of the Coupe de France MHSC-RC Strasbourg, Sunday January 2 at 4 p.m., will be the last one played at the stadium of La Mosson, without gauge. This is a round of 16 match.
The next day, Monday January 3, the new anti-Covid health restriction measures will apply at least until January 24.
For matches, a maximum gauge of 5,000 people (vaccinated) will be applied.
This is why MHSC has just suspended ticket sales for its two home league fixtures in January.
“Following the restrictive measures announced by the government and the application of a gauge of 5,000 people for three weeks, the sale of tickets is suspended for the reception in Troyes, January 9 at 3 p.m. and seats for MHSC-AS Monaco are not marketed “, explain the Hérault club in a press release published this Wednesday on its site.
The same gauge will be in force on January 16 for the trip to Strasbourg, also, as part of the League 1 championship.
The club specifies that it will communicate in the coming days on the ticketing arrangements relating to the anti-Covid measures.