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Sport Belgium excludes fans - BVB and TSG affected

14:25  23 october  2020
14:25  23 october  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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The corona virus is spreading in Belgium, politicians are discussing a lockdown. Now all fans are excluded for the time being, which also affects German teams.

Belgien schließt Fans aus - BVB und TSG betroffen © Provided by sport1.de Belgium excludes fans - BVB and TSG affected

Belgian sport will again take place behind closed doors from this weekend.

At a press conference of the responsible ministries, high-ranking officials announced that sports, cultural and educational events are again subject to more severe restrictions.

Among other things, all matches in the first Belgian soccer league will be played without spectators until November 19th.

During this period, both runner-up Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League and TSG Hoffenheim in the Europa League travel to Belgium.

BVB will meet Club Bruges on November 4th, Hoffenheim will be visiting KAA Gent next Thursday.

Belgium is particularly hard hit by the second corona wave, with a total of around 270,000 COVID-19 infections and 10,588 deaths in the 11.5 million-strong kingdom since the outbreak.

Another lockdown and blocking of the country is currently being discussed.

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