by Ilse Romahn
(04.06.2021) Sports department head Markus Frank says: “The seven-day incidence is expected to be below 100 on Monday, June 7th, in Frankfurt am Main for the 14th day in a row Visit to the outdoor pools. I am delighted with this development and very much hope that sport and recreational swimming will soon be possible again without restrictions. “
From Monday, the state’s Corona rules apply in the city area according to level 2. This allows further relaxation, which are listed here in detail for sport:
Team sports are again allowed from June 7th without restriction with an appropriate hygiene concept and in compliance with the recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute. This means that football, handball, basketball, American football, etc. can be played in full team according to the rules of the respective sport. A negative proof of infection (test) is recommended.
Individual and recreational sport in groups of up to ten people is allowed – based on the applicable contact restrictions (staying in public spaces in groups of a maximum of ten people permitted; vaccinated and recovered people and children up to and including 14 years of age do not count). Gymnastics groups, contact sports such as judo, boxing and the like are allowed.
Club sports have priority over recreational sports on the municipal sports facilities. During club training and games, only limited or no recreational sport can take place. Recreational athletes are asked to use the areas designated for them.
Spectators are permitted if it is ensured that they can meet the general requirements for events – 200 people outdoors, 100 people indoors, negative test is recommended.
It must be ensured that the groups of ten are in different areas that are at least three meters apart during sporting activities and that there is no mixing of the individual groups of ten. Appropriate mouth and nose covering must be worn on the way to the training area.
The association-specific hygiene and behavioral rules as well as other sport-specific regulations apply to club training. This also includes the regulation of access to the sports facilities. The club and assembly rooms remain closed. The changing rooms and shower rooms are open; their use is not recommended.
The following opening times still apply to the municipal sports facilities
Sports facility Babenhäuser: Monday to Sunday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Hahnstrasse sports facility: Monday to Sunday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sports facility Bockenheim: Monday to Sunday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Nieder-Eschbach sports complex: Monday to Sunday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Goldstein sports facility: Monday to Sunday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sports facility Höchst: Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. – (Monday to Friday with club support)
Sportpark Preungesheim: Monday to Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Kalbach sports and leisure center and indoor tennis center: Monday to Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Kalbach Sports and Leisure Center / Badminton multipurpose hall: Monday to Friday 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
In the sports and leisure center Frankfurt Kalbach, the tennis hall and the multi-purpose hall (badminton) are open for individual sports. The places can be under https://www.Frankfurtticket.de for badminton / tennis multi-purpose hall Kalbach. The badminton fields are still available until Sunday, June 13th.
The athletics facility on the Hahnstrasse sports facility is still reserved exclusively for competitive sports.
The opening of the club-managed sports facilities is the responsibility of the clubs.
In principle, the Corona hygiene rules still apply. Extensive signs on the sports facilities explain the hygiene and behavioral rules.
From Monday, June 7th, the outdoor pools Silobad, Brentanobad, outdoor pool Hausen, outdoor pool Eschersheim, outdoor pool Nieder-Eschbach, outdoor pool Riedbad Bergen-Enkheim and the stadium pool will open.
As in the previous year, the step-by-step opening and hygiene concept is starting. All guests must adhere to the well-known rules of conduct under pandemic conditions for their outdoor swimming pool enjoyment: wear a face mask when entering, keep your distance, wash your hands, etc. Exact information is signposted in the pools. The outdoor pools are closed for disinfection and cleaning measures from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
The sale of e-tickets for the two time slots in the morning and in the afternoon will start on Wednesday, June 2, at Frankfurt Ticket RheinMain at https://www.Frankfurtticket.de , the cooperation partner of the Frankfurt baths.
Alternatively, guests can buy the benefit card for the Frankfurt swimming pools at the ticket offices and personalize it with their contact details. This allows guests to enter without having to book their e-tickets in advance.
Further information can be found athttps://www.hessen.de/fuer-buerger/corona-hessen/treffen-veranstaltungen-freizeit-und-sport/freizeitangebote-und-sport on the Internet. (ffm)