The German government has given the green light for Bundesliga to return into action in somewhere mid May
Football in Germany has been given the green light to resume, following the government’s decision, with the Bundesliga and other divisions in the German Football Association likely to return into action in mid May.
The league [Bundesliga] is the first of any of Europe’s major leagues to be given clearance to resume playing, since the coronavirus pandemic.
Matches in Germany’s top two divisions can take place later this month, without spectators. Majority of Bundesliga clubs have nine matches left to play in this campaign, only Eintracht Frankfurt and Werder Bremen have 10, as league leaders Bayern Munich aims to maintain their four points lead ahead of Borussia Dortmund.
The Bundesliga’s General Assembly will be held in Frankfurt on Thursday to discuss the health and safety protocol to ensure the league’s safe return.