St Paulis home game against Schalke not from spectators

With spectator restrictions for football had been expected for days, in fact, the Federal Country Round has been informed on Thursday on a reduction in stadiums. Accordingly, only a maximum of 50 percent of total capacity may be occupied. A maximum of 15,000 spectators are allowed in the venues.

While this decision has influenced the Bundesliga top game between Dortmund and Bavaria, the second division peak between St. Pauli and Schalke (Saturday, 8.30 pm, live! At Federal Country) seems to be not affected by the restrictions. As a spokesman for the Hamburg Indoor Authority to Demand of the German Press Agency, the restrictions on major events should be included in the Neighborhood Ordinance of the Hanseatic City in the next week.

Schalke (5:2) Sandhausen [Stadion-Atmosphäre + TV-Bild]
Accordingly, the Millerntor Stadium can be utilized as planned. The FC St. Pauli had already announced to cancel tickets sold in the event of cases. In addition, the Kiez-Federal Country ticket buyers called on to make a test voluntarily for the existing 2G rule (access only for vaccinated and Jensen) before the stadium visit.

Even the Handball Bundesliga game between the HSV and THE Kiel can still take place significantly more than the 5000 fans in sports halls allowed in accordance with the Bund-Country Resolutions.