Europa League: Eintracht Frankfurt hopes against Real Betis on full stadium
Eintracht Frankfurt hopes for the second leg in the 16th place of the Europa League against Real Betis on a full stadium. “I have the great hope that an exception is fluttering in through politics. That would help us very much,” said Eintracht coach Oliver Glasner after the 2-1 victory in the Football Bundesliga against VfL Bochum. Currently, a maximum of 25,000 fans are admitted to the home games of Hesse – this corresponds to almost 50 percent of stadium capacity. From next Sunday, the Corona restrictions for large events in the open air should completely be completely eliminated in Germany. That fires the Frankfurt hopes. “We are in exchange with the authorities,” said Eintracht Frankfurts board Markus Kröse. “It would be nice to have as many viewers as possible at the European Cup Night. Let’s see the extent to which politics get involved.