Fans flock back as Bundesliga stadiums open to capacity for final spurt of the season
Just as the teams hit the final straight of the 2021/22 Bundesliga season, fans are streaming back into the stadiums once again to provide that unique atmosphere of sell-out crowds.
On Matchday 28, several clubs were able to fill every seat of their stadium for the first time since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, over two years ago.
The life and soul was pumped back into iconic grounds in Dortmund, Berlin, Leverkusen, Bielefeld, Frankfurt and Mönchengladbach once again, sending pulse rates racing, and the goals were flying in right, left and centre.
Once again, the Bundesliga teams can thrive on the unique atmosphere provided by the passionate, vociferous fans in the stands, spurring them on to even greater performances as the race for the title, places in Europe and to avoid relegation hots up.
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