Catania will be permitted to play in front of their spectators after a ban imposed following the killing of a policeman was overturned again.
An administrative court in Catania made the decision for the second time this month. After the initial ban was ruled unlawful on April 4, the Italian interior ministry reinstated the ban a day later.
After the February 2 killing of Filippo Raciti following a game with Sicilian rival Palermo, Catania was ordered to play all its home games at neutral grounds with no spectators present.
Catania will still have to play its home games at neutral venues because its stadium does not comply with new anti-violence measures, but fans will be allowed in.