Alianza Lima proposes not holding the Blue and White Night due to the possible closure of the stadiums

When there were less than two weeks for intimate fans to meet the champion team in the so-called Blue and White Night the situation took a 180 degree turn. After the Minister of Health, Hernando Cevallos, confirmed that Lima passed a high alert level, Alianza Lima is thinking of not holding this event.

What is this about? Being located at this level, the capacity of the stadiums in the capital would be 0%. That is why, according to sources from RPP Noticias, the Blue and White administration have been analyzing the situation.

Although it is true there is still no officialization by the head of the Minsa, the Victorian institution does not see favorably holding a Blue and White Night without an audience in the stands. The event was the perfect opportunity for the first team to reconnect with its audience, as well as to present the new reinforcements.

In line with this, in the absence of public and zero box office income, in Alliance Lima They are analyzing the possibility of canceling this event.

The Victorians added a new reinforcement. This Wednesday, January 5, the People’s Team announced the hiring of Jonathan Medina who comes to fight Angelo Campos for the job.

The 28-year-old goalkeeper arrives at the Peruvian champion after spending three years in Sport boys where he achieved the historic classification to the South American Cup 2022.