By Beng Emmanuel
Fans of the Danish Football club,AGF Aarhus used zoom walls to support their club as professional football returned to Denmark for the first time in nearly two months.
AGF Aarhus draw 1-1 with league rivals Randers in the opening game of the Danish League which had been suspended since March.
Zoom wall displayed over 10000 supporters at the Ceres Park Stadium on giant screens on one side of the field wearing club jerseys and cheering their team from home.
AGF Aarhus are keen on creating a virtual grandstand to enable their fans support the team through zoom. The innovative move which will include options for the away fans can be accessed off- charge Kick442.com has gathered.
Danish Super Liga league leaders,FC Midtjylland have announced plans to enable a drive-in for their fans to watch their home games from their cars. Some clubs have resorted to place scarves or fans photographs on seats in empty stadiums.
“It’s about creating an atmosphere around the game so that the players will see that they have the support from the city even though there are no supporters in the stands,”
“They will hear it, they will feel it and see it on this big screen alongside the pitch.”the project’s co-ordinator Soren Carlsen told BBC World Service’s Mani Djazmi.
Denmark became the second country in Western Europe to restart their league season after the Bundesliga Liga in Germany.
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