Any football fans around the would be jealous of Hungarians, as they were allowed to watch live league matches inside the stadium, compared to the rest of the leagues.
Hungary also became the first country to allow fans to enter the stadium, albeit with smaller crowds due to social distancing rules.
In the new regulations introduced by Hungarian national football federation (MLSZ), one person can only seat in every four chairs and every second row was entirely empty.
The clubs will be responsible to ensure that social distance is maintained in the stands and remain safe for the fans.
This could be a good case study for many leagues in the world, especially a league that attract fans below 5,000 people.
It’s not possible to allow fans in Bundesliga or even top five leagues in Europe due their high number of committed fans.
But for a smaller league that only have few thousands of spectators, they could resume the season earlier.