With the country’s COVID situation relatively under control, German soccer is hard at work to get fans back into stadiums, entertaining proposals with a staggered return of various parts of the live experience. Imperfect, but optimistic. From the linked article, via Deutsche Welle:
The main conditions revolve around limiting the number of fans, closing standing sections, stopping the sale of alcohol and providing no away fan allocation. Restrictions on traveling support are expected to remain valid until the end of the calendar year, while October 31 is seen as a potential date to lift restrictions on alcohol and standing sections.
Next Tuesday is decision day for the top 2 tiers of German soccer, will be interesting to see where the clubs land.