On February 16, Red Bull Salzburg meets Bayern Munich in the Champions League. Salzburg politicians are putting pressure on to extend the curfew for this event.
For the first time in this year’s Champions League season, Salzburg managed to reach the knockout round. The Bulls will meet FC Bayern Munich on February 16. Game starts at 9:00 p.m. The problem: The curfew is currently set at 10 p.m. so that a game with spectators is not possible. Currently, 2,000 fans would be allowed.
change of rules?
Governor Wilfried Haslauer (ÖVP), health officer Christian Stöckl (ÖVP) and state councilor for sports Stefan Schnöll (ÖVP) want the federal government to change the current regulations. Among other things, it is also required that more people be allowed into the stadium, and masks should be compulsory.
Advance ticket sales will start soon
A decision should be made soon, because advance ticket sales should start soon, a certain lead time is necessary. The Salzburg policy therefore requires the federal government to move the curfew to at least 11 p.m.