Seeler pissed off: “Total nonsense”: Stadium ban for HSV icon at home start

Hamburg / Cologne –

For three years, HSV had a bitter fourth place in the 2nd Bundesliga at the end of the season. The crashed Bundesliga dinosaur and his fans long for the Bundesliga return – in the coming season, under new coach Tim Walter (45), the promotion should finally work. But a long-time “noble fan” may not keep their fingers crossed in the stadium for the time being: Club icon Uwe Seeler (84)!

  • HSV wants to finally make the Bundesliga return perfect
  • HSV icon Uwe Seeler is not allowed in the Hamburg stadium
  • The reason is the corona rules of the city of Hamburg

Because at the home game opener against newly promoted Dynamo Dresden on August 1st (1.30pm, Sky), “Uns Uwe” will be locked out! 17,100 fans are initially allowed to attend Hamburg’s home games due to the Corona regulations (stadium load: 30 percent) – but not Seeler!

Uwe Seeler is not allowed into the stadium at HSV’s home game opener

The reason for this is the place of residence of the HSV legend (491 goals in 581 games). Because Seeler has his primary residence outside the Hamburg city limits in Norderstedt in the state of Schleswig-Holstein. The ex-world-class striker lives just a few kilometers from the stadium – but not in Hamburg. For the time being, only “real” Hamburgers are allowed into the stadium for home games of the 2nd Bundesliga. These are the city’s regulations.

Of course, Seeler is anything but happy about not being able to keep his fingers crossed for his heart club live. “This is total nonsense and nonsense. I would very much like to go to the stadium. I am vaccinated and will keep my distance. This is a very strange decision, ”he told the“ image ”.

Hamburg’s honorary citizen Uwe Seeler has been keeping his fingers crossed for HSV for many years. He’s probably not allowed to watch the first home game of the coming season against newly promoted Dynamo Dresden live in the stadium.

Hamburg’s honorary citizen Seeler also commented: “I live only a few kilometers from the stadium. I think that some fans in the Hamburg area have another journey to travel. The authorities should reconsider this decision. “The HSV has already announced that it will stand up for its loyal (and suffering) regular guest:” We cannot and do not want to accept that. Our city limits are less than four kilometers from the Volksparkstadion and our supporters come to a large extent from neighboring federal states, ”said HSV finance boss Frank Wettstein (47). However: rules are rules. Uncertain outcome … (kos)

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