Sport Daily Record football survey: Tell us what you think about fans returning in September
survey: Bielefeld descends, Stuttgart stays in
© FIROFIROSID Arminia with coach Neuhaus is the clear outsider Cologne (SID) - For the majority of German football fans, the return of Arminia Bielefeld to the Bundesliga will be a short pleasure. In a representative survey of the Bundesliga barometer, almost two thirds of the respondents (65 percent) agree that the second division champions will relegate again in the coming season. 78 percent, on the other hand, are certain that co-promoters VfB Stuttgart will keep the class.
Scottish football fans are set to return to stadia in September and we want to know what you think.
The Daily Record are asking their readers how they feel about returning to football matches or other sporting events over the next couple of months.
announced on Thursday that fans could be back watching their teams in action from September 14.
Northern Ireland's training and travel bubble for Nations League test
Ian Baraclough is preparing for his senior bow in Bucharest - for now Northern Ireland are set to fly out the day before next month’s Nations League opener in Romania before returning to Belfast after the game to face Norway on September 7.
At first, supporters will need to be socially distanced and following all public health rules surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.
If they do that, then perhaps the government will let full stadiums be allowed later in the season.
Sturgeon said: "We hope that sports stadia will be able to open from that day with limited numbers of spectators albeit with physical distancing in place.
"Some professional sports events may be arranged for spectators before then withagreement to test the safety of any new arrangements."
But how do you feel about going to these games? Will you want to go on September 14 or would you rather wait until later in the season.
We want to know exactly what you think so whether you are a, Hamilton, Livingston fan or just a ground hopper, let us know by filling out our survey above.
Alex Dyer 'gutted' for Kilmarnock fans over Hibs as he blasts Easter Road club's TV decision .
The Killie boss is disappointed that his side's fans won't be able to watch their side in their first game of the season.Rugby Park fans will be the only ones in the entire country unable to watch the big kick-off when their team plays at Easter Road.