FC St. Pauli uses the exemption for the home game on Saturday against Erzgebirge Aue. 2000 spectators are expected to be allowed in the Millerntor Stadium.
Hamburg – But no ghost game! the FC St. Pauli uses the exemption for the home game on Saturday (1.30 p.m. / Sky) against Erzgebirge Aue.
A maximum of 2000 spectators may be allowed into the Millerntor Stadium after a change to the Hamburg Corona Ordinance for professional sports.
“The city’s written confirmation is currently pending. Subject to this, FC St. Pauli is happy about everyone we can welcome in the stadium, who can enjoy our team and cheer them on,” said President Oke Göttlich (46) on Thursday.
The club is happy to be able to welcome spectators at the Millerntor at all.
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“Any fan in the stadium is better than no fan,” said the president. However, the visiting club has not received a ticket contingent, as the Kizeklub announced in the evening.
Ticket sales begin on Friday at 11 a.m. for holders of a season ticket or annual ticket.
In the stadium, the 2G + model applies and also the wearing of mouth and nose protection during the game.
Original text: 7:12 p.m. Updated: 7:29 p.m.