RB Leipzig will initially play its home games in front of up to 23,500 spectators in the coming season. As the Saxons announced on Monday, the health department of the city of Leipzig has approved the protection and hygiene concept of the club. “This means that up to 50 percent of the seats in the Red Bull Arena can be used for home games for spectators,” said RB.
The prerequisite for admission is that the seven-day incidence in Leipzig on the match day does not exceed 35.
In addition, the audience must either be vaccinated or be considered to have recovered. People who have been tested (rapid and PCR tests) are also admitted.
The tickets are personalized, and a mask is required if the spectators are not in their seats. There will also be no standing room for the time being.