To be fair, with the new relaxations it’s contradictory anyway. We can now go outside for unlimited exercise and meet one other person from another household, we can sit in the park if we want as long as we remain two metres apart from the one other person not from our household. Realistically if they so wished people could gather outside grounds, remain safe and fall within the current guidelines. I’ve no idea who would want to do this, but realistically it’s not really outside the current rules to do it. If people decided to do it, out in the open and full public view they would be very easy to prepare for, to spot and to move on. Given that we’re told the greatest risk of transmission is not out in the open, but in enclosed spaces such as households, surely a far harder if not impossible thing to police (and a much much higher risk of spread) is friends/family gathering in each other’s homes to watch the games together? Especially with important title deciding games etc? So given the recent changes to the lockdown, isn’t the whole neutral venue thing a massive red herring and completely missing the wood for the trees anyway?