Thanks to the new Bavarian Infection Protection Ordinance issued last week, more fans are allowed to enter the stadiums again. Third division 1860 Munich is hoping for a sold out house against Waldhof Mannheim.
The Löwen fans will soon be able to appear again in full in the Grünwalder Stadium.
The last time the stadium on Grünwalder Straße was completely sold out with 15,000 spectators on February 29, 2020, when the lions defeated Chemnitzer FC 4: 3 in a thrilling game. Around 20 months later, there could be a full house on Giesing’s heights for the first time.
As TSV 1860 announced on Monday, thanks to the new Bavarian Corona Protection Ordinance passed last week, all tickets are already available for the upcoming home game against Waldhof Mannheim on Saturday. All season tickets are fully valid again, prior online booking is no longer necessary. The remaining tickets can be purchased via the Löwen online ticket sales. All admission tickets are personalized for tracking.
Entry only with 3G + – children partially exempt from regulation
However, access to the stadium on Grünwalder Straße is only granted to those who can provide the Corona stewards with a 3G + certificate. Admission is only granted to people who have either been vaccinated or have recovered or who have a negative PCR test (not older than 48 hours). A quick test will not be accepted. Only children up to their sixth birthday and school-age children who are subject to regular tests at school are excluded from the 3G + rule.
At the moment, 1860 Munich could use the vocal support of the fans. The lions have been waiting for a threesome in the 3rd division for six games and are limping as 13th in the table. far behind their own demands.