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Info for fans attending Bundesliga match

Hoffenheim match:

Thu, 13. January 2022
Info for fans attending Bundesliga match

1. FC Union Berlin open the calendar year at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei against Hoffenheim on Saturday.

The match kicks off at the regular time of 15:30 with stadium gates open two hours earlier.

Under the 2G-Plus regulations, supporters who have proof of vaccination or recovery must also have a negative test result. The exception from this rule are those with a booster vaccination. All fans should give extra time to allow for the checks at the turnstile.

There are 3,000 spectators allowed in the stadium. The ticket sale process went through a ballot among season ticket holders. The main stand and Gegengerade will be open.

Proof of vaccination or recovery:

The following will be accepted exclusively in digital form:

  • Evidence from vaccinated persons who have been vaccinated with a vaccine approved by the European Union and whose last required vaccination was at least 14 days ago (Friday, 31.12.2021).

  • Evidence from recovered persons who have had a positive PCR test result for SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection more than six months ago (Friday, 15.07.2021) and who have received at least one vaccination against Covid-19 with a vaccine approved by the European Union.

  • Evidence from recovered persons who have a positive PCR test result for SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection at least 28 days (Friday 17/12/2021) and not more than six months (Friday 15/07/2021) ago.

Test mandate:

A negative test must also be provided. The exception to this is people with a booster vaccine.

  • Point-of-Care (PoC)-Antigen-Test (day valid)
  • PCR Test, which is not older than 48h to the end of the event

Paper or digital form is accepted here.

Exceptions to Test Mandate:

  • Children up to age six.
  • Teenagers under 18. They must provide a negative test (antigen 24h or PCR 48h).
  • People with medical exceptions to vaccination. A PCR test (48h) is required and a medical certificate to prove exemption.

Stadium Rules:

  • The stadium opens at 13:30.
  • An FFP-2 mask is required and must be worn until you reach your position.
  • Please note changed access points: Main stand access is via stairs at the car park and Gegengerade access is via gate 2 near the ticket office.
  • For track and trace, tickets are personalised and cannot be passed on. A re-personalisation can be done online.
  • A season ticket or Print@Home ticket is only valid with personal ID.

Testzentrum Alte Försterei

The Test Centre Alte Försterei is open on matchday from 08:00 until 16:00.