Football fans gathered inside bars in the city of Voelklingen on Tuesday, ahead of the German Cup semi-final clash between Bayer Leverkusen and underdogs FC Saarbruecken.
People could be spotted watching the game inside bars or sitting outside, with some even standing in the square.
The home team is the first fourth division club ever to reach the German Cup semi-finals, and haven't played a game in the last 94 days amid the coronavirus outbreak, unlike favourites Leverkusen, who have had five Bundesliga matches to warm-up.
Bayer Leverkusen beat FC Saarbrucken 3-0 in a game played behind closed doors, with the host team deprived of its fans due to the coronavirus regulations.
Leverkusen will now clash with Bayern Munich or Eintracht Frankfurt, as it prepares for its first German Cup final since 2009.