Bayern Munich at home without an audience against Barcelona | Football

sport">“It makes no sense to allow public access again. If it doesn’t work at a national level, we will only set it up for Bayern,” said Söder at Bayerischen Rundfunk.

sport">Bayern will meet FC Barcelona next week in their own stadium in the context of the Champions League, home games against Mainz and Wolfsburg are still waiting in the competition this year.

sport">Söder explained on Twitter that the high mobility when traveling to and from the matches is “not responsible”. “Football has an exemplary function. We need to reduce contacts everywhere,” said Söder.

sport">The representatives of the various federal states will consult with Chancellor Angela Merkel and her successor Olaf Scholz on Tuesday afternoon about whether or not major public events will take place. In Saxony there is already a public ban for professional sports, the state of Baden-Württemberg has announced such a step. The question is whether there will be a total public ban for the third time in the highest classes of German football or whether there will again be restrictions in the number of spectators. Opinion is also changing in North Rhine-Westphalia, where 50,000 people were packed together on Saturday at the derby between FC Köln and Borussia Mönchengladbach. According to Prime Minister Hendrik Wüst, such images do not fit in with a situation in which hospitals are filling up again.

sport">Werder Bremen, who plays in the Second Bundesliga, announced on Friday that he wanted to admit 31,600 spectators, but no people from regions with high infection rates. “We want to limit the number of travel movements of fans from those regions.”

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