Thursday, December 9

Rules for visiting the stadium at SC Freiburg

2G or 3G? Which and how many spectators are allowed into the stadium? What rules of conduct apply there? Answers to the most important questions about the home games of SC Freiburg.

2G regulation

In the new SC Freiburg stadium, the 2G rule will apply from October 30, 2021 (home game against Greuther Fürth). Then only those who have been vaccinated and recovered are allowed to visit the stadium. Vaccinated persons must show their valid certificate, those who have recovered must have had a positive corona test within the past six months and the test result must be at least 28 days ago.

Exceptions to the 2G regulation: Children up to and including seven years of age who have not yet started school are exempt from the rule, as are students who have to show their student ID. Both groups do not have to submit antigen tests. Youngsters up to 17 years of age who no longer go to school can enter the stadium if they present a negative antigen test. People who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons or for whom there is no vaccination recommendation from the STIKO (Standing Vaccination Commission) must also present a negative antigen test. This applies to pregnant and breastfeeding women, for example.

The SC Freiburg is based on the Corona regulation of the state of Baden-Württemberg from October 15, 2021.

Mask requirement

There is no longer any mask requirement on the entire Europa-Park Stadium site.

Stadium utilization

The Europa-Park Stadium has a capacity of 34,700 seats. Thanks to the 2G rule, the club can use the full stadium capacity again.

SC Freiburg played the first three home games of the season in the Dreisamstadion. Here the maximum possible occupancy was 10,000 places (total capacity: 24,000 places). These fans were distributed across the stands in a checkerboard pattern, and the tickets were raffled off only among season ticket holders, club members and members of the Freiburg Football School’s development association.

The sports club was able to celebrate the farewell to the Dreisam Stadium together with 14,400 fans.


The games of the U23 in the 3rd division and the DFB Cup match of the SC women against VfL Wolfsburg (November 1st, 6.30 p.m.) in the Dreisam Stadium as well as the upcoming Bundesliga games of the SC women in the Möslestadion will take place under 3G conditions. Corresponding evidence will still be required here.

Even with the youth teams of the Freiburg football school (from U13 to U19), SC Freiburg is strictly based on the Corona state ordinance. The attendance of these games is also possible for unvaccinated persons, the proof of a test is not required for these games.

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