More than two months after the new Premier League regulations were announced, the league has yet to issue any official comment on the changes.
The regulations will mean that clubs will have to have at least 20,000 fans in their stadiums to guarantee entry to the league, with an exception for smaller clubs, and will require clubs to have a minimum of 50,000 capacity for matches.
They will also require that fans be able to attend in person for every game.
The Premier League will have no restrictions on ticket prices, meaning that the cost of a ticket will be capped at £8.50.
The Premier League has not yet released any figures for how many tickets will be sold.
“The new regulations will be a game changer for the game, with a new revenue stream, an entirely new television market and a huge revenue opportunity,” said a spokesperson for the Premier Line, which represents the league’s commercial partners.
“We are confident that clubs and fans will welcome the changes and that the new regulations are the best way forward.”
The spokesperson added that the Premier Leagues’ board is looking at all options to boost attendances, including introducing more tickets, increasing the number of away fixtures, creating a more structured stadium and increasing ticket prices.
“But we must also remember that the most important thing is that the game is played on the ground,” they said.
“To have a healthy and competitive football game on the pitch, we need the support of our fans.
As such, we are examining all options, from the introduction of new stadiums to the introduction to the new ticket pricing structure.”