Football in Corona times is a much discussed topic. Hygiene measures are difficult to implement not only in stadiums, but also in bars. What that means for Bayern vs Lyon.
- On Wednesday evening there will be the Champions League semi final between Bayern vs Lyon.
- Sensitive topic in Corona times : public viewing. What about the offer in Munich?
- A landlord tells his experiences from the Barcelona game – and it really doesn’t sound good.
Munich – On Wednesday at 9 p.m., FC Bayern’s Champions League semi-final against Olympique Lyon takes place – and Munich is in triple fever! The operators of restaurants with public viewing are also excited – but for different reasons.
They worry that too many guests might forget the hygiene measures when celebrating a goal. For fear of too big a rush, many semi-final broadcasts remain virtually secret.
Bayern vs Lyon: public viewing despite Corona? Hosts expect a big rush
“The fans sat way too close together for the Champions League quarter-finals on Friday . How is that supposed to be now? ”Asks a host who wants to remain anonymous.
He’s in a quandary : is he slamming the door on fans (and regular customers)? Or does he risk a violation of the Infection Protection Act, which in extreme cases could cost him up to 5000 euros? The semi-finals will not be shown on free TV – the rush for subscription bars will probably be correspondingly high.
The anonymous host’s solution: Strengthen the defense in advance. Fans had to reserve online , the restaurant was fully booked days in advance.
Now he hopes that his defense will withstand the possible onslaught of unregistered people . Many of his colleagues proceed in a similar manner. Restaurants that still have vacancies hardly advertise.
Neither on their homepages nor on social media do they refer to the public viewing . The answer is often only available on request. Exception: the backstage, which also has free seats. Reservations at www.backstagetickets.eu.
Bayern Munich in the CL final 2020? Then public viewing is no longer necessary
Small consolation for those who cannot find a place: When the FCB moves into the final (Sunday, kick-off at 9 p.m.), the ZDF will broadcast the game – for everyone. Even before the meeting, one thing was certain: FC Bayern had already cleared up financially . RB Leipzig can also be happy.