Kraetschmer: “Discuss audience numbers offensively” |


If Austria board member Markus Kraetschmer has his way, a lot more than 3,000 spectators would have to be admitted to league games.

Austria board member Markus Kraetschmer hoped in a club broadcast on Tuesday that the viewer restrictions for the Bundesliga would be further eased. Due to the federal government’s corona measures, currently only a maximum of 3,000 visitors are allowed for large outdoor events. Due to a local regulation, Altach is only allowed to let 500 fans into the home arena.

“In Austria there have been soccer games with an audience again since August and I do not know that a cluster has already occurred anywhere. We now have to regularly support these facts with valid figures and then discuss aggressively and clearly with the ministries and authorities and achieve improvements” , said Kraetschmer. He is therefore “in close contact with the ÖFB, the Bundesliga and other clubs”.

From Austria’s point of view, the manager noted that after the two home games attended by 3,000 fans and the second division game of the Young Violets in front of 425 spectators, as well as after numerous youth games, no related Covid 19 suspected case had occurred.

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