The Berlin Football Association (BFV) will continue to play in the classes below the upper league even after the new Corona regulation from November 27th.
“While the infection protection measures in covered sports facilities and indoor spaces such as functional buildings are being tightened (2G-Plus), exercise in the open air is not affected,” said the BFV on its website. “The new infection control measures regulation offers amateur football the opportunity to continue playing football games in Berlin,” said BFV President Bernd Schultz. “Against the background of the demonstrably low risk of infection in the fresh air, we at the BFV decided to continue playing.”
Schultz appeals to the clubs to “consistently implement and adhere to the applicable hygiene rules – especially in interiors such as changing rooms”. In addition, those responsible for game operations will reassess the situation on a daily basis and, if necessary, initiate the winter break earlier, as in other regional associations. “For the time being, you can continue to play on the Berlin football pitches – but health protection comes first,” said Schultz.
| Updated: Friday, November 26, 2021 9:57 a.m.