Thursday, October 21

Bayern Munich prepare to enjoy the crowds at the Allianz Arena


Bayern Munich's Allianz Arena will be filled to capacity after the international break

Bayern Munich will allow crowds of maximum capacity

Today the long-awaited news was confirmed that full audience capacity would once again be allowed at the Allianz Arena, as Bayern Munich will once again host in front of 75,000 fans.

An official announcement was published in the club official website, which outlines the framework to be established that will allow Bayern supporters to come back by the tens of thousands to witness the Julian Nagelsmann regime take hold in Bavaria.

Bayern Munich's Allianz Arena will be filled to capacity after the international break

VILLINGEN-SCHWENNINGEN, GERMANY – JULY 17: Julian Nagelsmann, coach of FC Bayern München reacts during the pre-season friendly match between 1.FC Cologne and FC Bayern München at MS Technologie-Arena on July 17, 2021 in Villingen- Schwenningen, Germany. (Photo by Christian Kaspar-Bartke / Getty Images)

And the timing couldn’t have been more perfect as FCB took on Nagelsmann’s former manager TSG Hoffenheim on 23 October to resume ticket sales at the Allianz Arena in their first home game after the international break. , although he visited the high-flying Bayer. Leverkusen the week before.

The Kraichgauer sits in the bottom half of the Bundesliga table and misses his former coach in a big way in the 2021-22 campaign, having won one of his last six league outings after kicking off the 20- 21 Hinrunde with a 4-0 win. at FC Augsburg. Bayern should enjoy the opportunity to give due thanks to the home fans.

Details behind the capacity crowd announcement

FC Bayern Vice President Jan-Christian Dreesen was “… delighted, especially for our fans, that full spectator capacity is now once again allowed in our Allianz Arena. We will carefully take all necessary precautions to continue to ensure the highest level of spectator health and safety. “

But strict measures have been put in place to allow 75,000 fans to flood the home field, and Derek Rae, ESPN’s lead commentator for Bundesliga coverage, did an outstanding job outlining what those measures mean.

Through the official announcement, Bayern will adhere to a 3G-Plus entry policy, and furthermore, the previous measures enacted by the Bavarian state government regarding Covid-19 will also change, such as “the requirement to wear a mask and the social distancing regulations – as well as the ban on serving alcohol, will also be removed for Bayern home games. “





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