Application for media accreditation

To be considered for media accreditation for the Porsche European Open, please complete and submit the following form as accurately as possible.

Due to the limited number of available spaces for on-site media access, please note registering for an application does not guarantee accreditation for the tournament. We will contact you on 24 May to advise if your request has been successful or not. Thank you for your understanding.

Applications submitted after 22 May cannot be considered.


Covid-19 testing and regulations

All arrivals into Germany MUST regardless of country of origin must show one of the following documents:

  • An EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE OR EU EQUIVALENT of COVID-19 vaccination certificate or a negative certificate of an active infection diagnostic test.
  • Please note that a photo of your vaccine card is not proof of your vaccination status. Please ensure you either have the digital certificate, NHS app available or original copy of your vaccine card.
  • No test requirement for fully vaccinated.

You can only enter Germany if you meet one of the below requirements

  • Have received a full course of a European Medicines Agency (EMA) or World Health Organization (WHO) approved vaccine (one or two doses dependant on type). SEE BELOW. You need to have had this course administered at least 14 days prior to your arrival in Germany and your final dose must have been administered within 270 days prior to travel to Germany.
  • If you have had a booster dose, there is no expiry on this and does not require 14 days to have lapsed.
  • If you are unvaccinated, you may enter Germany. COVID19 test results (antigen or PCR tests) must not be more than 48 hours old at the time of the (planned) entry. However, if entering Germany with a carrier (e.g., an airline), PCR tests may be taken a maximum of 48 hours before the (scheduled) start of the journey (e.g., departure time). But antigen tests must not be taken more than 48 hours before the (scheduled) time of arrival in Germany even if travellers are being transported by a carrier. You will also need to have a letter confirming that you are travelling for essential reasons (sports participation is an essential reason).
  • Proof of recovery (EU resident only) – Media are required to have the relevant recovery letter from GP, along with the proof of positive test.
  • Germany has removed the mandatory requirement to wear masks, with exceptions in hospitals and care homes. This legislation is, however, adapted at local authority levels, and you could be asked to continue to wear masks on public transport, in malls, shops and restaurants at the request of the owner/manager. Please be mindful of this and continue to have mask on yourself to avoid any issues.
  • If you have not been vaccinated with the recognised Vaccines listed below you will need to complete the link below to be provided with an essential travel letter as you are not considered fully vaccinated
Comirnaty (developed by BioNTech and Pfizer) Spikevax (COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna)
COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen Nuvaxovid
Vaxzevria (COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca) CoronaVac
BBIBP-CorV/NVSI-06-07 (Sinopharm) Covaxin (BBV152

On-site testing

No testing required. We will inform you at short notice about any restrictions, such as the obligation to wear masks in closed rooms.

Exit testing

It will be your own responsibility to book and pay for exit testing if required for international travel.


Please check your country of origin government website for full details regarding travel guidance to and from Germany.