Ghost Games now also decided in Bavaria
According to Saxony and Baden-Württemberg (upper limit at 750 fans) it is also quiet in the Bavarian stadiums again. The state parliament decided on Friday that due to the pointed pandemic location from Saturday no viewers are allowed more in the arenas. The new decisions relate to the entire professional port for supraregional leagues, as Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU) announced at a press conference. The regulation first applies until the end of the year.
FC Bayern still has three home games this year, the Champions League second leg against Barcelona and the Bundesliga lots against Mainz and Wolfsburg. That we have to play empty ranks again in the Allianz Arena, me hard. Without our fans in the stadium, football is only half as beautiful, not to mention the economic consequences, commented Jan-Christian Dreams, Deputy CEO and Adds: Of course, we need to accept this decision, even if in our Allianz Arena with 2GPLus and our hygiene concept everything is done for the health of the visitors.
Other professional clubs such as the FC Augsburg (on Saturday against Bochum) and the SPV GG Reuther Fürth, the second division 1. FC Nuremberg, John Regensburg and FC Ingolstadt and the third division of Würzburg Bavarians, 1860 Munich and Turzgücü Munich are affected by the decisions.
For the time being, the football stages in the other federal states may be utilized at most 50 percent of capacity, but at most 15,000 spectators. This was decided on Thursday by the Bund-Country Round.