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Werder Bremen approved 8,500 spectators in their first match

The Bremen Senate has on Sunday approved Werder Bremen to allow a total of 8,500 spectators in their stadium.

Werder Bremen will host Hertha BSC on Saturday were informed of the decision on Sunday over the telephone.

The decision was approved following the relaxed coronavirus restriction and the outstanding hygiene concept practiced by the Germans that caught the attention of Bremen authorities.

Speaking was Hubertus Hess-Grunewald the President of Werder Bremen who was pleased and even congratulated everyone who has made the hygiene concept a success attracting the praise of experts.

He continued by revealing how they are putting in place several measures ahead of their first league match.The President said the news was a good sign that clubs can find alternative ways of living with the current pandemic.

The 20 percent capacity will consist of spectators who had earlier booked but could not be at the stadium following restriction due to the pandemic.

They will be contacted by the club and confirm their availability before a draw is conducted before they are contacted for confirmation.

Werder Bremen approved 8,500 spectators in their first match
Alex Kiprop
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