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2G rules and test mandate at OLY

Union in Europe:

Tue, 07. December 2021
2G rules and test mandate at OLY

1. FC Union Berlin will play their final Group E match in the UEFA Europa Conference League against Slavia Prague on Thursday at the Olympic Stadium.

A 5,000 maximum capacity limit is in place for this match. 

Kick off is at 21:00 and stadium gates are open from 19:00.

The match will take place under 2G Plus rules. Admission will therefore only be granted to ticket holders who have been vaccinated or have recovered and can present a negative daily antigen rapid test or a PCR test (48-hour validity). Documents are accepted in digital and paper form. A mask must be worn up to your seat.

All ticket holders are requested to arrive early, as the 2G controls take some time. Union does not offer pre-game control wristbands. It should be noted that admission will be exclusively via the South Gate. The East Gate at Olympic Square will not be open.

Testing

There is a test mandate and the following is accepted:

  • Point-of-Care (PoC)-Antigen-Test, which is not older than 24h at the end of the game.
  • PCR Test, which is not older than 48h at the end of the game.

Paper or digital will be accepted.

Evidence of vaccine or recovery:

The following is accepted – only in digital form:

  • Evidence from vaccinated individuals who have been vaccinated with a vaccine approved by the European Union and whose last required vaccination was at least 14 days ago (Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2021).
  • Evidence from recovered individuals who have a positive PCR test result for SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection more than six months ago (Wednesday, 05/05/2021) and who have received at least one vaccination against Covid-19 with a European Union-approved vaccine.
  • Evidence from recovered individuals who have a positive PCR test result for SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection at least 28 days (Wednesday, 10/11/2021) and no more than six months (Wednesday, 05/05/2021) ago.

Exceptions

  • Children up to the age of 6 years.

  • Teenagers under the age of 18. These must provide proof of a negative rapid antigen test (valid 24 h until end of event) or PCR test (valid 48 h until end of event) to participate in the event.

  • School pupils who are subject to regular testing as part of their school attendance (upon presentation of school ID).

  • People who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons. These people must be tested negative by means of a PCR test (valid 48h until the end of the event) and prove their inoculation capability by means of a medical certificate.

Stadium Opening & Rules

  • The stadium opens at 19:00.
  • A mask must be worn until you reach your place.
  • Tickets are personalised and cannot be passed on for track and trace reasons. A re-personalisation can be done online.
  • The Print@Home ticket is only valid with personal ID.

Test Centre Alte Försterei

The Alte Försterei Test Centre is open weekdays from 06:30 until 14:30.