A random tweet posted at 7:08 am. “The junior championship resumes. We are happy to get up at 6:00 am on Saturday! ” Six months ago, we would have bet on an ironic second degree. This Saturday, March 20, this father is undoubtedly to be taken literally. The last time his offspring was able to put on crampons, kick the ball and play in competition, it was in October 2020, just before “the potatoes”, the fall holidays.
After months of frustration and a few weeks of training, the Geneva Cantonal Football Association (ACGF) has finally authorized the resumption of official matches. But only for juniors and under two conditions: no public, no locker room. The first meetings start at 8:30 am.