Leipzig relies on 2G regulation from the PSG game


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Leipzig – Thursday, October 14th, 2021, 5:57 p.m.

From the home game in the Champions League against Paris Saint-Germain on November 3, RB Leipzig will switch from the 3G to the 2G rule in the Red Bull Arena. The German Bundesliga club announced on Thursday.

This is to guarantee full utilization. The draft of the new version of the Corona Protection Ordinance offers a 2G option for large events without limiting the total capacity.

“We have overall economic responsibility for RB Leipzig and have always said in this context that we have to reassess the situation if there is a possibility that we can fill the Red Bull Arena completely. Unfortunately, the current draft of the Corona Protection Ordinance did not meet our wish and our efforts to implement a full stadium under 3G conditions. That disappointed us, “said RB CEO Oliver Mintzlaff.

The regulation, which would apply from October 20, 2021, has not yet been finally adopted by the state government. The relevant cabinet resolution is expected at the beginning of next week. After that, only those who have been vaccinated or recovered come to the stadium. There are also no distance rules to be observed and there is no obligation to wear mouth and nose protection. No test certificate is required for children under 16 years of age.



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