ban No visiting fans in the football stadiums until the end of the year, and a standing room-and alcohol - at least until the 31. October. The Plan of the German football League for the admission of spectators to the new season in the Bundesliga involves a lot of dynamite. And he shows the followers that still a long way from normality in the stadiums will prevail. On the applications of the DFL Executive Committee, the 36 professional clubs decide on Tuesday in a virtual extraordinary General meeting of the members. Displeasure from the Fan-scene is right now.FAZ.NET completely
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The DFL had created a guide for the return of the supporters in the stadiums and the clubs are asked to develop local concepts. She sees a need for Coordination, "whether there should be with a view to certain aspects of a uniform procedure of all the clubs". In the decisions, a simple majority is sufficient. With the measures, the DFL wants to reduce the risk of infection in the Corona of a pandemic.
The issue of standing is considered to be particularly sensitive, since these have been abolished in some foreign leagues like the English Premier League. In addition, the voting are just there strongest and most loyal supporters. "The commitment of the DFL for the preservation of standing places in stadiums in the Bundesliga and the second Bundesliga has remain unchanged," stressed the DFL. It is but a temporary waiver of the compliance with and the monitoring of compliance with gap and to facilitate hygiene measures.
The Fan Alliance "Our curve" will Express no unequal treatment of spectators, "which is why we us for the admission of visiting fans". The DFL points out that on 31. October expiry of the Corona-regulations of many provinces, and one could then assess the situation.
in accordance with the regulations, ten percent of the tickets are available to the guests of the Club. This provision shall be suspended until the end of the year. "This would contribute to the nationwide travel of Fans to reduce in part, in public transport and to reduce the risk of infection," explains the DFL, and stresses: "out of the question, is that away trips by Fans make up an important part of German football culture". Sig tent to concerns, a spokesman of the organization "Pro Fans", is that citizens are allowed Yes corporate travel: "What bothers me subliminally, is that the Fans are seen as a risk factor, the can't behave", said the tent of the German press Agency.Date Of Update: 28 July 2020, 14:19