No Sex or Kissing A partner with symptoms, NO room service in the team hotel and players MUST keep track of their family members… Bundesliga bosses outline their blueprint for football’s return on May 9 as the Premier League gets ready to follow
Football could be coming back. Fans and players in England will be holding their breath as Germany’s Bundesliga aims to restart on May 9.
A document released by the German FA and the DFL has mapped out how the game can return safely amid the coronavirus crisis, how players will train and play matches as well as what happens if someone contracts Covid-19 before the season is finished.
Players can live either in team hotels or at home but sex and kissing is banned if they or their partners show symptoms of the virus. Stadiums will allow a maximum of 300 people at one time, including only four policemen, 10 journalists, four ball boys, eight groundsmen and 50 security staff.
If it works in Germany, then it will give a huge push to the return of live football in England.