The match will be broadcast live on Sporza and the finish can therefore best be followed on television, according to the municipality of Anzegem. Anyone who wants to cheer, must stay in their own bubble, keep 1.5 meters away from other bubbles and wear a mouth mask. To avoid gatherings, no temporary peripheral activities (eg beer tents, chip shops,…) are allowed. No public is admitted to the arrival zone either.
400 spectators are allowed on the Tiegemberg. To be able to stand there you have to buy an entrance ticket of 10 euros in advance and you will receive a special mouth mask.
In the factory buildings of Escolys Textiles in Anzegem, 200 VIPs can follow the match. They sit in boxes at numbered tables and chairs. “We have more work with those 200 people than we could have received 3,000 cycling supporters”, sighs Mayor Gino Devogelaere (Samen One).