Loosening already noticeable on Saturday

Step-by-step reduction of restrictions at the Buderus Arena

The relaxation steps decided by the Hessian state government will also simplify the visit of the RSV Lahn-Dill home games in the Buderus Arena step by step in the coming weeks. Already at the home game on Saturday evening against the Dolphins from Trier, the first relaxations will be noticeable, before the next steps will follow on March 4th and 20th.

This means that we are all not far away from a longed-for normalization at the Bundesliga home games of HSG Wetzlar and RSV Lahn-Dill at their home ground. Against the Dolphins, all catering areas will be able to work under regular conditions again and this refers to the offer in the foyer as well as in the Business Club on level 1 of the arena, which can now also reopen. It will once again be possible to take food and drink from your seat, as the already familiar checkboard pattern ensures the necessary distance. And so finally again the short chat with the friends and acquaintances and the common experience home game in the large RSV family again unencumbered to enjoy.

Against Trier up to 1,251 seats available

As early as Saturday evening, up to 1,251 tickets will be available for season ticket holders, sponsors, and individual ticket buyers in the Buderus Arena. Thereby, there is again free choice of seats in the booked block due to the officially ordered checkboard pattern. Tickets can be purchased online as well as by phone through the office (06441-2002 5900), by email at ticketshop@rsvlahndill.de or at the box office (opening Saturday, 18:30). Access to the Buderus Arena is still subject to the familiar 2G-Plus regulation and the wearing of a medical or FFP2-certified mask.

Further relaxation steps to follow

Analogous to the update of the Covid Protection Ordinance by the State of Hesse, further requirements will be removed as of March 4th. For our last main round home game against the ING Skywheelers on March 19th, this means that the currently required checkerboard pattern in seating will also be dropped. This means that all individual seat information on the purchased tickets will once again be valid for this game.

Compensation for season ticket holders

Since the official requirements for all Bundesliga games in the Buderus Arena will now gradually fall, we naturally do not want to miss our season ticket holders once again to point out the possibility of compensation for the home game against BBC Münsterland, which took place on January 23 without spectators. Our loyal season ticket holders can either receive a free additional ticket for a companion at our last two main round games next Saturday or on March 19th against the Skywheelers from Frankfurt, or to extend the validity of their own season ticket up to and including the first semi-final home game in the playoffs. All you have to do is bring your season ticket to the Buderus Arena box office for the corresponding home game. You will receive your additional ticket there free of charge and we will simply register the desired compensation in our system.

RSV-Magazin Defense