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Home match in front of 20,000 spectators

3G checks at the entrance: Two scans at turnstiles

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On Sunday (5:30 pm CEST), FC Bayern will host 1. FC Köln for the first Bundesliga home match of the 2021/22 season - and finally in front of their own fans again! 20,000 spectators will be admitted to the match at the Allianz Arena, and a so-called 3G certificate (for the fully vaccinated, recovered or fully tested individuals) is required for entry. In order to make access to the stadium as smooth as possible, the German record champions will become the first Bundesliga club to implement an automated 3G check at all entrances to the Allianz Arena.

For this, fans must first present their admission ticket and then the relevant COVID certificate at the security check. Then, in addition to an admission ticket, digital 3G proof must also be scanned at the turnstiles via the QR code stored in the CovPass app or Corona-Warn-App. Spectators carrying only physical proof will receive a QR code from the stewards on-site.

Here's a video to explain how the admissions process will work:

In addition, a comprehensive hygiene policy will be in place at all home matches until further notice. This includes, among other things, the wearing of a face mask (FFP2 standard) by people aged 15 and over throughout the entire stadium area, with the exception of in the seating area. In the interest of the health of all fans, these regulations must be followed.

The facts and stats ahead of the match against 1.FC Köln right here: