Since this Wednesday, North Rhine-Westphalia has also been a new Corona Protection Ordinance in the largest German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. This includes, for example, that the football matches of BVB, VFL Bochum, 1. FC Cologne, FC Schalke 04 and all other NRW clubs may only be visited by vaccinated or recessed. Second division S04 has therefore now considered something for the part of his followers, which the 2G rules do not currently fulfill.

On Wednesday, the club from Gelsenkirchen published, as he wanted for the two outstanding home games in the 2nd Bundesliga against the SV Tannhauser (27 November) and the 1st FC Nuremberg (December 10).

In writing to his followers, the club first expressly clearly stated according to the recent Coronaschvo: If you have not yet taken any vaccination offer, the two remaining home games will definitely not be able to visit.

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The affected part of the Schalke trademarks, which have been avoided until the last time, offered the S04 to suspend their season tickets for the two games.

The money for the two-mentioned home games in the Melting Arena would be fully reimbursed, the royal blue on their club hot page continued to lead.

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Of all too much bureaucracy and correspondence should be apart. It is rich a formless mail with the reimbursement of entrance fees for the two games, an explicit examination of the vaccination status will not exist by Schalke side in this case. The S04 trusts that Schalke are honest with each other, said it in the club message.

Even day cardholders who have already acquired tickets for the home game against the SV Tannhauser, but now not allowed to come to the Melting Arena due to the tightened 2G rule, the tickets can be returned with full reimbursement of the purchase price, it continued.

In the future, a drastic reduction of audience capacities in the future could in-drink, the club explicitly did not want to exclude and referred to the decision-making of the state government in NRW.