German football has come back
The social order of restraining order will continue to be maintained in Germany until the end of August but the German football tournament – Bundesliga will surely be back on May 9 with a series of strict disease prevention measures.
Without a last-minute change, the Bundesliga will become the first major tournament in Europe to return after a long delay. A very positive signal when the pandemic peak has passed and football, an emotional economic industry returns to daily life.
Football regulators in Germany are actively contacting the federal government to promote a plan to allow the Bundesliga back in the context of the country’s relaxed social measures.
An online meeting will take place soon and the German Football Federation (DFB), the Bundesliga Organizing Committee 1 and 2 and 36 professional clubs will discuss restarting the tournament from May 9. Many teams have allowed players to rehearse even small groups, with Augsburg pioneering on March 23!
Crowded events are not allowed in Germany until the end of August, so soccer matches will take place on a field with no spectators. The Bundesliga Organizing Committee has submitted a 41-page plan on how to organize the remaining rounds of the 2019-2020 season with a limited number of members of two teams, members of the Organizing Committee and the press. allowed to appear on and off the pitch, about 320 people per game.
Every European nation is focusing its attention on the Netherlands and Belgium, the two countries have announced the cancellation of the championship and are trying to come up with a “post-season” solution.
Particularly, the “Big Five” group of 5 major European football leagues will certainly not go against the stand of UEFA. After the Bundesliga, Italy’s Serie A hopes to continue the 2019-2020 season on closed football fields in June. The Spanish and French courts will also certainly come back, albeit a little later.
With the English Premier League, the government is considering addressing a plan to resume operations proposed by the English Football Association (FA). This includes gathering teams in one venue and playing on the airfield. the audience with a density of 4 matches per day or gathered to a few yards to isolate.