The Serie A match between Catania and Ascoli has been postponed until May 2 amid legal wrangling over the Stadio Angelo Massimino ban.
The FIGC suspended the Massimino after the Sicilian derby riots in which a police officer was killed on February 2. The club has been ordered to play on neutral turf and behind closed doors until the end of the season.
However, the Catania TAR tribunal overturned the ruling and is now in a legal challenge with the Italian Football Federation to decide who has jurisdiction over this issue.
In the meantime, this Sunday’s Week 33 Serie A game between Catania and Ascoli has been postponed until May 2 – the venue still to be decided.
It had been set for the Stadio Braglia in Modena, but fans cannot be allowed in because new rules demand tickets be sold at least five days before kick-off.
Catania have not won since that fateful Sicilian derby with Palermo and have announced the squad will hold a press silence until the end of the campaign.