first_imgThe Higher Sports Council (CSD) has reminded the Royal Society of the terms of the Royal Decree of the State of Alarm regarding the purpose of the Basque club to return to training, even through individual work, starting next Tuesday in Zubieta.The CSD, as confirmed to AS and EFE, has reiterated to the San Sebastian club the restrictions contemplated in Royal Decree 463/2020, which declared a state of alarm on March 14 to contain the expansion of the coronavirus.In addition, the Higher Sports Council is going to write to the txuri-urdin club, for the official record, to clarify everything beyond the contacts that have been made. The Real Sociedad announced this Saturday that it will reopen its Zubieta facilities next Tuesday so that the first team players who want to can do individual work, never group work.According to the club, footballers who decide to go to Zubieta must do so “individually and in stages” and following “established protocols” and the security measures dictated by the health authorities.Section 3 of article 10 of Royal Decree 463/2020 says: “The opening to the public of museums, archives, libraries, monuments, as well as of the premises and establishments in which public shows take place, the sports and leisure activities indicated in the annex to this royal decree, are suspended”. The CSD reiterated to the club that the decree on the state of alarm prohibits the opening of any sports center.The list of sports facilities that must remain closed includes “closed premises or enclosures, soccer, rugby, baseball and similar fields, basketball, handball, volleyball and similar fields, clay pigeon shooting, pigeon and similar fields, shooting galleries , tennis courts and the like.last_img read more