Sports Compulsory break for amateur football also in Baden-Württemberg
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After the decisions of the politicians, games in amateur football in Baden-Württemberg will be discontinued with immediate effect until the end of November. This means that no more games will be played this weekend. This regulation has been decided by the Württembergische, Südbadische and Baden football associations. It affects game operations from the league downwards and also applies to cup and friendly games.
"The step to suspend the game again and above all immediately was difficult for all of us," said the President of the Badischer Fußballverband (bfV), Ronny Zimmermann, in a statement on Thursday: "When a Prime Minister says:" Every day counts "But we have no alternative." It had succeeded in "assuming responsibility for amateur football and society together and in a uniform manner."
It is unclear whether the game will be resumed this year and it is currently not foreseeable whether the 2020/2021 season can be ended properly.
Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) and the Prime Ministers agreed on Wednesday that, due to the coronavirus pandemic in November, leisure and amateur sports, with the exception of individual sports, should be suspended from Monday. The Baden-Wuerttemberg associations called on the clubs to forego training "with immediate effect", even if the sports facilities were still open.
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