The Champions League game to be played on 18 March between FC Barcelona and Napoli will be played behind closed doors at Camp Nou. The decision was taken after a meeting on Tuesday morning between FC Barcelona representavtives and those of the Catalan Regional Government (Generalitat de Catalunya). The Club has followed the recommendations of the Generalitat from the meeting which took place in the Department of Health of the regional government.
On Monday, the Italian authorities announced that all domestic sporting events, including Serie A, are suspended until 3 April at the earliest.
On the other hand, la Liga has officially announced that the next two rounds of league fixtures in the First and Second Divisions in Spain will be played behind closed doors as a preventative measure against the spread of the coronavirus. The decision will affect weeks 28 and 29 in the fixture. As a result, Barça's games against Mallorca in the Son Moix stadium and the game against Leganés at Camp Nou will be played behind closed doors.