the UK government has said some fans, not more than 10,000 or 25% capacity, COULD be allowed in but not before 17th May. Not before is not the same as from. This has an effect on the Euro games in England which could cause ripples throughout the championship. So your question still stands, but even if the German goverment say OK will the Bavarian goverment need to agree with them?
However I've just found this, which is something that has been rumbling for months, and it's looking like there won't be any games in Germany - or anywhere else outside England.
I keep reading different things about where the games will be played. After all the speculation yesterday about it,a couple of good sources said that UEFA still planned to stick to the 12 venues.
We all hope that things will be back to normal for Euro 21, but personally I can’t see grounds being at full capacity. I hope I am proven wrong.
The German FA have to let UEFA know by April 9th if fans will be allowed in.
As hotels are not open to tourists by then and restaurants remain shut I can't see how it can be allowed as there are no guarantees when things will openEdited: 04 March 2021, 14:26
I,m clutching at straws bongo. I've got tickets to the two biggest group games and,it looks like i,m going to miss both of them. Hopefully,now they've given the go ahead to the AZ vaccine,things may speed up a bit.
Have there been any local media reports on what the government plans to submit to UEFA this week? Any details on number of fans, potential for Fans outside Germany to attend, etc? I am not seeing anything specific to Munich’s proposal in the English speaking media today...
Like some of the others who have posted, I have tickets to two matches in Munich, but recognize that the probability of being able to use them is very low given the state of things in Germany at the moment.Edited: 05 April 2021, 20:06
No word out yet. But at this point the city of Munich will simply not be able to guarantee that spectators will be able to attend the matches - let alone fans from abroad. The UEFA‘s demand just shows how out of touch with reality the association is.