Next month’s FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley might be among the many pilot occasions to trial the return of enormous crowds to UK venues.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden advised BBC sports activities editor Dan Roan that the video games on 17 and 18 April might be a part of the trial programme.
The FA Cup last and the World Snooker Championship in Sheffield are additionally on the schedule.
“We want to get as many people back as safely as possible,” stated Dowden.
The semi-final between Chelsea and Manchester City might be proven stay on BBC One and the BBC iPlayer on Saturday, 17 April, with Leicester v Southampton on the next day.
Dowden additionally stated extra pilot occasions can be introduced later this week after affirmation from the federal government that the subsequent stage of the deliberate easing of restrictions on 12 April is on observe.
The following stage, scheduled for 17 May, would enable stadia to open with a 25% capability restrict, as much as a most of 10,000 spectators.
The present plan is then for all restrictions on social contact to be lifted on 21 June.
“We want to make it as simple and convenient as possible for people. That’s why we are conducting these pilots,” Dowden stated.
“The plan is to look at factors like one-way systems, ventilation within a stadium and how you interact in terms of getting to and from the venue.”
Dowden refused to be drawn on what number of spectators can be permitted to attend the Wembley semi-finals.
But BBC Sport understands the potential for having 20,000 followers on the last on 15 May is being explored by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and the Football Association. Those proposals would must be agreed with Brent Council.
“The purpose of this is not so much the overall number, it is how they interact with each other,” Dowden added.
“So it’s the social distancing that they have from each other. It’s the behavioural factors.
“We might be testing them earlier than and after to take a look at unfold and look how they behave within the stadium.
“We’re not just chucking everyone into the stadiums, it is being done in a very controlled way and the purpose is to get the rules set can so it can be as safe as possible from the 21 June.”