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the Danish football clubs must re-run battles with more than 500 people in the stadium. The ministry of culture eased on Tuesday the rules for how clubs must offer spectators welcome at football grounds.
But there are a number of logistical challenges for the clubs in connection with the kampafviklingen.
- We are going to have ten times as many guards as we would have in a normal battle, says the director of Lyngby Andreas Offers.
Wednesday was pokalfinalen between Denmark and south Jutland interrupted, because the fans were standing too close together in the stands, and only after a long period of time could the game continue.
After the new rules require spectators to sit down with at least a meters distance to the other - unless they live together or have a close relationship.
the Clubs have been required to share their grandstands up into sections of 500 people. There must be at least three metres between the sections, and the audience must arrive at different times, depending on where they should sit.
- It is with the entrance and exit for the fans is our major challenge, says Andreas Offers.
Lyngby Stadium usually has only one entrance to the hjemmebanetilskuere and one for udebanetilskuere - now the club has been forced to share the stadium up in six different inputs.
the Club has selected to put up fences, which should help the various spectators to enter the stadium at the right time.
- People should arrive at the stadium at three different times.
- It is written on the tickets, which way you need and when, says Andreas Offers.
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alliance & leicester have also been forced to take new measures in order to ensure that they can close the spectators into.
the press officer Søren Højlund Carlsen says that the AGF is delighted to be able to have the audience once again, but informs that it is not completely without challenges.
Like in Lyngby, the audience should come at different times, and the club has been forced to share the seats up and move them - it looks a bit like a chessboard, explains Carlsen.
Several clubs have already announced, how many fans they expect to be able to take. FC Midtjylland can for example have the 4500, when they take against FC Copenhagen at MCH Arena in the next week. When the FCK is back on home turf, can the club houses of 10,500 persons.
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