'Wieder dahoam! - Back home again!' Home game against Hertha celebrates return of fans

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At last, you're back! At the Bundesliga home game against 1. FC Köln last Sunday, FC Bayern welcomed 20,000 fans to the Allianz Arena for the first time since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. That allocation has now been increased to 25,000 supporters, and Robert Lewandowski put it succinctly: "Playing in front of spectators is very important for the emotions. You play for the fans".

Activities to mark the occasion of 'Wieder dahoam!'

To celebrate the return of the fans, FCB's upcoming home match against Hertha BSC on Saturday (18:30 CEST) will be all about 'Wieder dahoam!'. Under this motto, FC Bayern have planned a number of activities to accompany the match. The German record champions will wear special warm-up shirts, fan flags will be distributed in the stands and a large banner will adorn the centre circle before the match. The spectators in the stadium can also look forward to many other treats.

FC Bayern want to say: "Thank you, fans!"

This is FC Bayern's way of saying thank you to the fans, who despite the physical distance necessary due to the coronavirus pandemic have stood in close solidarity with the club over the past months - and are now finally backdahoam in the Allianz Arena.

Tickets are still available for the home match against Hertha BSC. Ticketing info


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