Where can supporters still attend live sports events from Boxing Day?

PA Sport Staff
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The Government reviewed the regionalised tier system to combat the spread of coronavirus on Wednesday, with more than 40 percent of England’s population set to be in lockdown from Boxing Day.

Some sports venues however have remained in tier two of coronavirus restrictions and can welcome up to 2,000 fans.

Here, the PA news agency looks at which venues will still be able to admit fans after the latest announcement.

Premier League

Liverpool fans have been allowed into Anfield in recent weeks
Liverpool fans have been allowed into Anfield in recent weeks (Jon Super/PA)

Everton
Liverpool

Championship

Bournemouth

League One

Plymouth are among only 10 clubs in the top four leagues to be allowed in fans
Plymouth are among only 10 clubs in the top four leagues to be allowed in fans (Simon Galloway/PA)

Plymouth
Shrewsbury

League Two

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Barrow
Carlisle
Exeter
Harrogate
Tranmere

Women’s Super League

Bristol City (play home games in Bath which has remained in tier two)
Everton

Gallagher Premiership rugby

Exeter can still welcome supporters
Exeter can still welcome supporters (David Davies/PA)

Bath
Exeter
Worcester

Horse Racing

Exeter is one of few racecourses fans are permitted to attend
Exeter is one of few racecourses fans are permitted to attend (David Davies/PA)

Carlisle
Cartmel
Catterick
Exeter
Haydock
Hereford (moving to tier two on Boxing Day)
Ludlow
Newton Abbot