Limited number of fans allowed in stadiums for new Bundesliga season
Germany's 16 federal states agreed that some fans will be allowed to return to soccer stadiums when the Bundesliga season starts this weekend.
Some fans will be allowed to return to soccer stadiums when the Bundesliga season starts this weekend, Germany's 16 federal states have confirmed.
Spectators had been banned from stadiums due to the Covid-19 pandemic when the Bundesliga resumed in May after the league was interrupted for about two months.
Saturday's home match against Borussia Mönchengladbach is set to be played in front of around 10,000 spectators! 🏟️ pic.twitter.com/frpQnb3eIJ— Borussia Dortmund (@BlackYellow) September 15, 2020
A six-week trial, during which up to 20% of stadium capacity can be used, was agreed in a video call of regional representatives, said the source, who added that strict hygiene requirements would be imposed and alcohol would be banned.
No away fans will be allowed in and only personalised tickets will be available, ensuring that everyone in the stadium can be traced.
Social distancing measures will be enforced and masks will be mandatory as fans go to their seats. Local officials will decide whether or not masks should be compulsory during matches.
However, if the number of new infections rises to more than 35 per 100,000 inhabitants in seven days and the infection cannot be localised, fans will be banned again, the states agreed.
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