It was hoped for, claimed, it is now done.

The Bas-Rhin prefecture has finally authorized the presence of 5,000 spectators this evening at the Meinau in Strasbourg for the women's friendly match between France and Germany.

Small technical constraint, the time of kick-off, the match of the Blue being broadcast on W9.

It was finally brought forward by a quarter of an hour for a broadcast at 8:55 p.m.

This will allow the return of the supporters at the end of the match while respecting the new schedule of the health curfew set at 11 p.m., says the French Football Federation.

Like the Blues against Bulgaria

Les Bleues will therefore be able to play their last match of the season in front of 5,000 people at most, as the French men's team did on Tuesday against Bulgaria (3-0) at the Stade de France for its last test before the Euro.

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For the meeting at the Meinau, the sesames will also be issued by the FFF upon invitation, with a "health pass" "QR code" justifying a vaccine or a mandatory anti-Covid test (negative).

Priority is given to "caregivers, students, members of the amateur football family as well as subscribers of Racing club Strasbourg Alsace", specifies the FFF press release.


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