Bundesliga matches must be limited to 50% attendance and a maximum of 15,000 fans due to Covid restrictions reintroduced in Germany.
Outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel and her successor Olaf Schulz have agreed a number of measures with the leaders of the country’s 16 states, including reducing fans at outdoor and indoor sporting events.
The Bundesliga’s stadiums, which have been mostly running at full capacity this season, need to reduce crowds to reduce the risk of injury.
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“The temporary limit on the number of fans in the stadium is understandable,” said German Football Association president Christian Seifert.
The German Football Association hopes that this federal and state government decision will improve the epidemic situation. “
This means that weekend matches, including Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich on Saturday, live on Sky Sports Football, will be affected.
German authorities fear that the fourth wave of Covid will overwhelm intensive care units: more than 73,000 new infections and 388 deaths were recorded on Thursday.
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