They always take the lead, Bundesliga return this Friday with fans allowed back to the Stadium

By Oladele Emmanuel - The German Bundesliga will return this Friday and fans will be allowed back to the Stadium.

In a virtual meeting of the Federal State's Chancelleries on Tuesday, it was concluded that home fans will be allowed back for Bundesliga games with certain conditions of; no alcohol, no away fans in attendance and no Standing in the Stadium.

The number of fans that will be allowed back to the Stadium will be communicated soon.

The German Football League have agreed to the latest update. Contact tracing regulations will also be put in place as those who will be attending games will have to supply their contact details for use in case of any new case of Coronavirus infection.

Every team has put in place the kind of preventive measures required to control the spread of Coronavirus infection which will be approved by local health authorities before fans will be allowed in the Stadium.

Bundesliga are also the first major League in Europe to resume their League after COVID-19 Pandemic and are looking likely to be the first to bring fans back to the Stadium for League matches.

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