Third-tier Rostock play league match in front of 777 fans

Hansa Rostock on Saturday became the first German professional football team in five months to play a league match in front of fans, with 777 spectators watching their 1-0 third division win against Halle. All spectators underwent rapid tests for the coronavirus and were registered before gaining entry to the 29,000 seat stadium where they had to wear masks and observe social distancing rules. Rostock mayor Claus Ruhe Madsen named the game groundbreaking for other sports and businesses, adding: “In the end it is about our life with corona. This has to be understood.” Madsen and authorities in …

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