Preparing for football league matches without spectators in Germany

Preparing for football league matches without spectators in Germany

The remaining 26 matches of the Bundesliga Football League, which starts on May 16 in Germany, will be played without spectators.

Al Jazeera reports that 26 matches of the 2019-20 league season will resume in Germany after the severity of the coronavirus decreased.

A total of 18 teams will take part in the Bundesliga, which starts two months later.

During the matches, the stadium will be attended by only 300 staff members and players, while the players have been asked to refrain from spitting, celebrating in groups, or touching teammates.


The matches will be attended by club executives, firefighters, and police forces, stadium security personnel, and journalists.

In addition, teams will not be allowed to have pre-match photo sessions to maintain social distance.

According to the report, alternate players will wear masks and in case of a goal, all the players will control their emotions.

In addition, team coaches will be allowed to remove their masks and instruct players but maintain a distance of at least one and a half meters.

Some club matches will use music and placards for fans to keep the atmosphere alive.

On the other hand, according to a survey conducted by the broadcasters ARD and ZDF, the majority of the German public is opposed to the resumption of the Football League.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has allowed the season to resume following a drop in coronavirus cases in Germany.

Before the resumption of the league, the teams are spending this week in quarantine.

It should be noted that a total of 175,000 people have been infected with the coronavirus in Germany, while about 8,000 people have died.



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