J. League reaffirms commitment to safety for fans, players as new season approaches
After a record-setting 2019 season that saw larger crowds than ever attending games from Hokkaido to Okinawa, the J. League is committed to keeping both its fans and players safe.
Following a similar request to reporters covering last weekend's Super Cup at Saitama Stadium, media attending Friday's J. League Kickoff Conference were urged to wear masks as they spoke to players and managers about the upcoming first-division season.
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