The corona virus is raging through the country – it goes without saying that the Bundesliga clubs are also fearful of ghost games again. RB Leipzig, Dynamo Dresden and Erzgebirge Aue, for example, will have to do without fans at their home games until further notice. But HSV doesn’t have to worry about this at first.
In the previous week, Hamburg’s First Mayor Peter Tschentscher said that he was betting on the 2G concept when it came to football and that ghost games were not an issue. Much to the relief of HSV, which has so far played three home games with 2G requirements.
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If the corona situation in Hamburg does not deteriorate dramatically, nothing will change at least until Christmas, the MOPO learned from authorities. It also fits that HSV (which could switch to 2G + if necessary) began yesterday with advance sales for the home games against Rostock (12.12.) And Schalke (18.12.). Two box office hits that could attract around 90,000 spectators in total. HSV is also concerned with revenues of around 2.5 million euros.