Classics Fritz Walter anniversary without a spectator
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Due to the increasingly precarious Corona situation, the third division game between 1. FC Kaiserslautern and Hansa Rostock must take place without a spectator. The Palatinate announced on Wednesday. City administration and association had advised and decided accordingly.
In the three home games of this third division season so far, a limited number of spectators were allowed in compliance with a strict hygiene concept. The current pandemic situation no longer allows this. The incidence value in Kaiserslautern has been over 50 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants since October 24th.
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"Of course we would have liked to have played the game against Hansa Rostock with spectators again on Monday evening," says FCK managing director Soeren Oliver Voigt, referring in particular to Fritz Walter's 100th birthday on Saturday, which would have been appropriately honored at the "anniversary game". "But we have to bow to the general situation and do our part, even if it is very difficult. We of course fully support this decision in coordination with the authorities in our city," continued Voigt.
With the exclusion of spectators, the games of the youth teams will also take place in the coming weeks. At last 100 spectators were allowed here.
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