Since the outbreak of the epidemic in Europe in March, the Bundesliga has been at the forefront of the resumption of work. Not only is it the first to resume in the five major leagues, but also some fans have been allowed to enter the stadium in September. Bundesliga International CEO Robert Klein has recently accepted the British In an interview, the newspaper said that he would be happy to share relevant experience with the Premier League.
Robert Klein pointed out that the high degree of cooperation between the clubs is the key to the Bundesliga's safe return of fans. The control of the epidemic situation in various places is a prerequisite for the proper opening of the stadium.
"This means that in most states, the infection rate is low enough, so we can do this. The current effect is very good, but the epidemic continues. We have seen a second wave or second peak in Europe, but We have made a plan. If we have learned anything, it is that nothing in the new crown epidemic is 100% sure. The attendance rate of the stadium is now 20%, and we hope to see this figure reach 40%, 50%, and Get to 100% as soon as possible."
The Bundesliga has set strict regulations for the opening of the stadium. Take Dortmund as an example. Fans entering the stadium must be season ticket holders. Among them, 75% of the fans must live locally and the remaining 25% are allowed to come from North Rhine Westphalia. Other cities in Asia. Officials encourage fans to walk or drive to the stadium, and tickets are determined by drawing lots and specify the time of arrival. In the stadium, fans must wear masks and maintain social distance. In addition, all stadiums are cashless.
The return of the English football fans, which has no definite date, naturally hopes to follow the Bundesliga. Klein also confirmed that the Bundesliga is willing to help.
"Everything we have done is available on our official website. We will be happy to share all our personal experiences. The Premier League has done a good job. The fans are the next step. I only hope that the fans will be able to ensure their health and risk as low as possible. Come as soon as possible."