The Bundesliga will continue away from plain view on Saturday 16 May – and is the primary European class to restart following the coronavirus shutdown.
One of the games upon the arrival of relaunch will be the derby among Schalke and Borussia Dortmund.
Champions Bayern Munich, who are four focuses clear at the highest point of the table, travel to Union Berlin on Sunday.
Most groups have nine games to play, with the last few days of the period rescheduled for 27-28 June.
The German Football Association (DFL) said the season would continue under exacting wellbeing conventions that bans fans from the arena and expects players to have Covid-19 testing.
Around 300 individuals, including players, staff and authorities, will be in or around the arenas during matchdays.
The class has been suspended since 13 March; clubs came back to preparing in mid-April with players turning out in gatherings.
Christian Seifert, CEO of the German Football League (DFL), held a news meeting on Thursday where he said notwithstanding the unfilled stands and different limitations, “it was vital to continue play”.
Different updates to develop included:
Just as players and instructing staff, officials will likewise be dependent upon clinical and cleanliness guidelines.
There was no explanation on the issue of matches being accessible allowed to air – talks are in progress with supporters.
There were 10 positive outcomes from clubs in the main two divisions following the principal arrangement of coronavirus tests – and two in the subsequent arrangement.
On Wednesday, Chancellor Angela Merkel facilitated a few limitations, permitting shops to revive with the nation seeing less than 7,000 passings from coronavirus.
Seifert stated: “The intrigue [globally] is large. I see reports from over the world that we are the principal significant alliance to return. This can just happen in light of the fact that we have the benefit to live in one of the most present day wellbeing frameworks on the planet.
“The matches will feel unique. After the first matchday, we will all know why we lean toward games with fans. In any case, that is the structure we need to work in and I anticipate the most ideal game inside this system.”
In the mean time, the official board of trustees of the World Players Association – which speaks to 85,000 players and competitors across world game – will meet one week from now to examine clinical conventions around the arrival to wear.
It said in an announcement: “All proposition should be smoothly and thoroughly surveyed by significant specialists with an unmistakable responsibility that player wellbeing and security isn’t debatable.”
BBC World Service Sport’s John Bennett
It will look, sound and feel totally different yet there is something energizing about at last having a beginning date for the resumption of perhaps the best group in world football.
The German Football League (DFL) supervisor Christian Seifert sounded a note of alert however at his question and answer session, strengthening the way this is a significant delicate circumstance, saying “we’re playing under probation” and adding that they nearly need to demonstrate that their wellbeing and security ideas are taking a shot at each and every match day.
A nearby derby between savage opponents Schalke and Borussia Dortmund is an incredible method to begin on paper yet it will likewise feature how much fans will be remembered fondly at these defining moments and how displeased a portion of the supporters bunches in Germany will be about the Bundesliga having the option to proceed without them.
The eyes of the Premier League, La Liga and Serie A will be solidly fixed on these early games – in such a case that Germany can make it work, possibly Europe’s other significant associations have a more grounded possibility as well.