MUNICH – The US Senate has unanimously passed a law demanding the introduction of a uniform time throughout the year and thus abolishing winter time. This bill only needs to be signed by the US House of Representatives and President Joe Biden.
If this is the case, then the clocks in the states will not change from the fall of 2023. Until then, Americans had to do it three more times.
NFL matches in Germany an hour ago
For the Germans, that means they will be an hour behind the US in the winter – in line with the NFL season. If a match starts at 1 p.m. local time on the East Coast in New York, it won’t start at 7 p.m., but will start at 6 p.m.
This will be especially important for Sunday’s late games and of course the Super Bowl. This way, the mega event that everyone has been looking forward to all year long will take place an hour early. Conversely, it also means that NFL fans can sleep an hour longer after late games.
Fingers crossed that the House of Representatives and President Biden also support the US Senate bill.
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