The Bavarian Football Association (BFV) is pulling the winter break forward.
In the Starnberg district this still affects TSV Gilching-Argelsried and SV Planegg-Krailling.
District / Gilching - The Bavarian Football Association (BFV) pulls the first rip cord and sends all of its clubs in amateur play (Bayernliga up to C-Class) into the early winter break.
The association announced this yesterday at noon after deliberations by the internal Corona task force chaired by BFV Vice President Robert Schraudner.
“While almost 95 percent of Bavarian amateur soccer players are already on their regular winter break, the BFV is also calling for the remaining clubs for women and men (with the exception of the regional league, which is explicitly classified as a professional league in summer) and for juniors to play free Time out, "says a press release.
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The reason for the decision is the decision of the Bavarian State Parliament, which determined the epidemic situation for the Free State.
"With this decision and the resulting measures to contain the corona pandemic, initially taken by December 15, the BFV sees nationwide and regulated gaming operations as no longer feasible," the association continued.
"Not least because of the insufficient time for the clubs to adjust to the new measures and their implementation at short notice."
Not least because of the insufficient time for the clubs to adjust to the new measures and their implementation at short notice.
Bavarian Football Association (BFV) in its declaration on the early winter break
In the district of Starnberg, only the national league club TSV Gilching-Argelsried and SV Planegg-Krailling with first (district league) and second team (district class) are directly affected by the decision.
Gilching's coach Peter Schmidt, who recently called for a season break several times, feels encouraged in his request.
"First of all, I'm glad I can't see my players anymore."
TSV Gilching: Happy about the early football winter break in Bavaria
The coach had missed his team's latest game because he tested double positive.
“I infected my entire family.
It was a very good decision not to come on Sunday, ”explains Schmidt.
Now he no longer has to suffer the agony of having to watch his team's games live from home without being able to intervene.
Schmidt can only speculate about the further action of the association - and in this context also of TSV Gilching.
“Hopefully we can train again from January.
However, 2G-plus would be a high financial burden for the club and a huge effort, ”he says.
At least all but one or two players are vaccinated.
In the event of the BFV season end, TSV Gilching would be promoted to the Bayernliga
The coach wants to wait until further notice - and in a very relaxed manner: “We are calm.
If the season were to end, we would be promoted to the Bayern League.
But I assume that the game will continue in the spring. "
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