In the league games of the U21s and other teams from the NLZ Saar, which take place on the artificial turf in Elversberg, spectators are generally allowed until further notice, whereby the maximum number is limited to 200 for capacity reasons. For the time being, the same hygiene rules apply to the behavior of the spectators as for the home games of the professional team: The minimum distance of 1,5 m must be observed, and mouth and nose protection is required outside the marked spectator seats to be carried if the minimum distance cannot be maintained. The appropriate cough and sneeze label should be observed, as well as hand hygiene, regular hand washing and disinfection.
In addition, the following local regulations apply: Spectators (including press representatives) only use the access to the artificial turf via the Aral gas station / Wasgau market entrance. The path along the B-grandstand of the URSAPHARM-Arena is only used by the team / functional team and is not permitted for any other person in accordance with the SVE hygiene concept without exception.
A list is displayed at the entrance to the artificial turf (and, if applicable, at the sales stand), in which every person must enter their contact details to ensure that they can be traced. Without a complete entry, access to the artificial turf is not possible.
The minimum distance must be observed in the spectator stands; markings are attached for orientation. The artificial turf itself may not be entered by spectators or press representatives. The area on the straight from the containers to the end of the field of play is also closed to spectators, as substitute players and functional teams are located here (see graphic below).
Changes to the above regulations are possible at any time and at short notice due to the pandemic.
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press report written by: Christina John