FC Bayern Munich may welcome 75,000 spectators to the coming home game against FC Augsburg on 9 April for the first time since November. This is from a Cabinet resolution from Tuesday.
“We are very pleased, especially for our fans that the entire viewer capacity in the Allianz Arena is admitted again. The fans are the essence of football and make the games in our stadium, especially now, in the decisive period of the season, Something unique. We will continue to make all necessary arrangements to ensure the highest level of security and health of the audience, “the Deputy CEO Jan-Christian Dreams is quoted on the homepage of the German record champion.
The annual tickets are also valid again. According to Bayern, wearing a protective mask is no longer required, but it is recommended. Also, the 2G regulation and the distance control for the home games of the Munich. In addition, alcoholic drinks are served in public areas.
The new regulations also apply to the home games of FC Bayern II in the stadium at Grünwalder Straße.
Numbers of FC Bayern currently at one third of the pre-corona time
Above all, the elimination of the viewer limitation means a tremendous relief financially. In the previously 14 league games in the Bavarian state capital, on average, just 24,071 fans were allowed to visit the games. Leader in the audience ranking is Borussia Dortmund with 29,884 trailers per home game in section.
For comparison: Before starting the Corona pandemic, the CVB section was 80,820 at 80,820, FC Bayern came to 75,000 spectators.
Until the end of the season, the Munich still welcomes the FC Augsburg, the BVB and the VfB Stuttgart from a local backdrop. Especially in the top game against the Dortmund, a sold-out stadium is likely to be a real pound.