The Bayern Munich will dismiss the season in front of 250 spectators at the Allianz Arena, in the last game that he will play on Saturday against Augsburg.
The German club announced that it will give away one hundred tickets to workers in the health sector, another hundred will be distributed through a raffle among the members and the remaining fifty will be awarded to relatives and friends of players and members of the coaching staff who are fired.
Coach Hansi Flick, who leaves the club, will receive for example five tickets. Among the players leaving the club are David Alaba, Jerome Boateng and Javi Martínez who won the Champions League in 2013 and 2020.
Alaba also shares with Thomas Müller the record of ten Bundesliga titles, all with Bayern.
“We are pleased to be able to allow some spectators to enter our stadium on the last day. Furthermore, it is a gesture of gratitude towards the heroes of the pandemic,” said the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Karlheinz Rummenigge.
“We are happy to be able to close this season in a way that gives hope for the next.”
Proceeds from the tickets sold will be donated to a project created by players Joshua Kimmich and Leon Goretzka to help people affected by the pandemic.
Public access will be possible after the Bavarian government decided this week to once again allow sporting events with a maximum of 250 spectators in municipalities that have maintained a weekly incidence of less than 100 infections per 100,000 inhabitants for 7 days.