Allianz Arena will host the first Bundesliga match of the season© Twitter
A new audience can return to Germany’s football stadiums if new Bundesliga The season kicked off this weekend on Tuesday after a six-week trial phase. German politicians are allowing the Bundesliga’s 18 clubs to keep each stadium at 20 percent capacity, provided the seven-day rate of infection with coronovirus is 35 or less per 100,000 residents in the local area. This means that around 15,000 fans can now watch the title holder Bayern Munich Start the new season at home on Friday at Schalke 04 at Allianz Arena.
Fans should wear a face mask and stay 1.5 meters apart, while alcohol is banned and supporters are not allowed.
“Sports events play with the audience’s support and atmosphere – this applies Bundesliga For sports as well as for amateur sports, “said Armin Laschet, the head of state for Germany’s football, North-Rhine Westhelia.
There was already a test run in the first round of last week’s German Cup.
The number of fans was determined to be different due to different health authorities rules from region to region.
After a two-month hiatus after the coronavirus epidemic hit Germany in March, the Bundesliga became the top league in Europe to resume behind closed doors in mid-May.
March 8 was the last German league game played in front of fans.
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