Following the easing of the lockdown, there will be a football match between two local football teams in Germany under very strict security arrangements.
Germany’s Bundesliga is the first league in Europe in which players will be seen in action after the lockdown in the country.
After making extraordinary arrangements to avoid the corona virus, the German Football League persuaded Chancellor Angela Merkel and other leaders to resume the game, according to AFP.
The football stadium will be empty of spectators, with only the voices of the players and the noise of the referee’s seats.
Compared to other European countries, Germany has had fewer deaths from the corona virus, but it is still believed that the return of the mob is no less dangerous.
The match will be played between two local rivals, Borussia Dortmund and Schalke.
Under normal circumstances, the match was to be watched by 82,000 spectators in the stadium, but spectators were not allowed due to the corona virus epidemic.
Athletes and management staff are tested regularly to minimize the risk of corona virus infection, and each football club is quarantined for a week before participating in matches.
To follow the rules of social distance, these football teams will reach the stadium in several buses.
Players have been warned not to hug each other to celebrate the goal on the field.
Alternative players and coaches are instructed to wear protective masks.
Bundesliga chief executive Christian Seifert has said that these football matches will feel different than normal day matches.