Dortmund-Bayern will be played behind closed doors
The match scheduled for Saturday between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich will be played behind closed doors due to the health situation in Germany.
The health situation in Germany is increasingly worrying. The rate of people infected with Covid-19 has been increasing for several weeks and health measures have been reinforced. While the Bavarian clubs will play behind closed doors until the end of 2021, it is another shock expected this Saturday which will be played without supporters in the stadium.
the Borussia Dortmund receive the Bayern Munich this weekend for a clash between the top two in the German championship, who are only separated by one point in the standings. Unfortunately, Signal Iduna Park will not be able to accommodate supporters of the Yellow and Black or those of the Bavarian rival.
ℹ️ BVB wird Ticketvorverkauf für Bayern-Spiel stornieren
Aufgrund der aktuellen Infektionslage wird der #BVB die Tickets für das Bundesliga-Spiel am Samstag gegen den @FCBayern stornieren. Ticketkäufer erhalten ihr Geld zurück. #BVBFCB
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– Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) December 1, 2021
The club announced on Tuesday the cancellation of ticket sales for this match via a press release posted on its Twitter account. In total, 67,000 were for sale on the BVB site. “As soon as the political decision on the future capacities of the stadiums in North Rhine-Westphalia has been taken and we have reliable information on this, we will inform about the new ticket sales. Fans who have already purchased tickets will be refunded. We will inform all ticket buyers of the refund process in the next few days ”, can we read in this press release.
The duel between the two giants of Germany, with a match in the match between Robert lewandowski and Erling Haaland, will therefore be played in an empty stadium.