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2G regulation applies at the next home games

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In the course of the Corona pandemic, the strong cohesion within the Austria family has already been demonstrated several times by the fans' great support for their Austria under constantly changing conditions. Only in this way were we able, together with our supporters, to conscientiously implement all official requirements and always guarantee a safe stadium experience.

It cannot be taken for granted that the fans will accompany us through this difficult phase with such great solidarity. We would like to take this opportunity to say a big "thank you" once again.

The Corona pandemic always presents Austria fans and the club with major challenges, which we have always been able to overcome together so far. FK Austria Wien has supported the fight against the pandemic from day one in the best possible way and implemented all official requirements.

Fulfilling our mission once again

We respect the new 2G access regulation (vaccinated or recovered) of the Vienna city government and will implement it accordingly. The regulation is valid for the month of October for the time being and thus affects in any case the next two home games of the fighting team against Admira (16.10.) and Ried (23.10.) as well as the home games of the Young Violets against Horn (1.10.) and Kapfenberg (29.10.).

We are trying to find the best possible solutions in the interest of our fans, even under the new conditions, and to make it possible for them to have a pleasant visit to the stadium. Due to the public opinion and discussion about the Corona vaccination, we have to expect fewer spectators in the upcoming home games.

Regulation for children

According to public statements by the Vienna City Government, nothing will change for children under the age of twelve. This means that children between the ages of six and twelve may continue to be tested. PCR tests are valid for children under twelve for 72 hours, antigen tests for 48 hours. Self-testing does not count as detection. The NINJA pass from the schools is valid with all three picks, even on weekends. Children under the age of six still do not need to show proof when entering.