The Bundesliga is running, but football still looks so soulless in the empty stadiums – for a year now. 1. FC Union Berlin has always been at the forefront when it comes to finding solutions for returning fans. On Saturday, March 13th, before the match against 1. FC Cullen, “Al-Hadid” trained with the people present and Al-Sayed for the long-awaited emergency tests.
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“Our main concern is the experience of specific operations. Where do we go? How do reception, testing and evaluation work with a notification on a mobile phone?” Said club spokesperson Christian Arbet.
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The DFL and the Berlin Health Council have been informed. It was mainly about accredited journalists and employees who managed to get into the match against FC.
In one of the halls, rapid antigen tests were carried out by trained personnel in eight booths, and after 15 to 20 minutes you received a message on your cell phone about whether the result was negative and you could then collect your ticket.
Of the 280 authorized people, 165 took a rapid test, which equates to 59 percent. “All operations worked well, and all tests were negative,” Arbeit said.
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The action could be a model for follower return. Of course, quick tests could be part of the concept of fan comeback. FC (46) managing director Alexander Werrell told EXPRESS, “ For this, we will need digital solutions so that the sights are activated at the turnstile to enter once the result is negative.
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The tests are conducted at Alte Försterei on a voluntary basis. Instead, the predefined DFL acceptance protocol was used for the private matching process.