Will the mission get even more difficult ?: Kiel plays relegation against FC with spectators
Will the mission get even more difficult ?: Kiel plays relegation against FC with spectators


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Holstein Kiel will play the relegation second leg for the last Bundesliga ticket against 1. FC Köln in front of around 2,350 spectators in the stadium. Decisive for the decision of the second division team with a view to the duel on Saturday (29 May / 6 p.m. / DAZN) were, according to the club, “reasons for the safety of spectators”. Before the last game of the season against Darmstadt 98, Kiel had voluntarily waived fans in the stadium for reasons of fairness.

  • Holstein Kiel welcomes 1. FC Köln to the second leg of the relegation
  • 2350 spectators will support the second division team in the stadium
  • The FC lost the first leg with 0: 1

After the experience of last Sunday, when around 1500 Holstein fans cheered in front of the stadium and it was not just peaceful, the Kielers, who won the relegation first leg in the Rhineland 1-0 on Wednesday, changed their assessment.

Relegation: Holstein Kiel – 1. FC Cologne in front of 2350 spectators

“Basically, we still believe that professional football should not claim a special role in this area,” said Holstein President Steffen Schneekloth: “After the game against Darmstadt 98, however, we exchanged views with the city and the responsible authorities.”

“It became clear to all sides relatively quickly” that “we have to rethink our basic stance with regard to the situation around the stadium, and so in the end we jointly decided on a different approach”.

From next Monday, events in the state of Schleswig-Holstein will again be made possible as part of a tiered concept and spectators will also be allowed there, added Schneekloth.

The association agreed on a model project together with the city and the country. The spectators are distributed to the various stands according to a set plan. Every viewer must also show a current and negative rapid test.

The club is looking forward to the return of the fans to the stadium and again asked all fans who did not get a ticket to watch the game at home. (sid)

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