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Europa League final: Two Frankfurt supporters fall from the stands while celebrating a goal


Europa League final: Two Frankfurt supporters fall from the stands while celebrating a goal Created: 05/19/2022, 04:52 By: Antonio José Riether, Florian Schimak Eintracht Frankfurt wants to win their first European title since 1980 against Glasgow Rangers in Seville. That's why countless Hessian fans travel to Andalusia. The final day in the ticker. Eintracht Frankfurt is in the final of the E

Europa League final: Two Frankfurt supporters fall from the stands while celebrating a goal

Created: 05/19/2022, 04:52

By: Antonio José Riether, Florian Schimak

Eintracht Frankfurt wants to win their first European title since 1980 against Glasgow Rangers in Seville.

That's why countless Hessian fans travel to Andalusia.

The final day in the ticker.

  • Eintracht Frankfurt is in the final of the Europa League - Glasgow Rangers are the opponents in Seville

  • Countless Eintracht and Rangers fans have traveled to Andalusia.

    The first arrests were made that night

  • Street fights between the two fan camps were also filmed.

  • Everything about the final day in Seville in the ticker.

    We will also accompany the final itself live.

Update from May 18, 10:42 p.m .:

As RTL commentator Marco Hagemann informed during the game, two Frankfurt fans are said to have fallen from the stands in the stadium.

This is said to have happened when celebrating the 1-1 equalization after almost seventy minutes of play, according to the private broadcaster, the two supporters are being treated.

That's why the support in the fan block of the SBU was discontinued in parts.

Update from May 18, 9:56 p.m .:

About 10,000 Eintracht fans got tickets for the fan curve in the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuan.

What the SGE supporters had not counted on: the sales stands in the stadium remained closed when it was over 30 degrees Celsius.

This was reported by the alliance of active football fans on Twitter on Wednesday evening.

Spanish police remove parts of the SGE choreography - Eintracht fans react immediately

Update from May 18, 9:13 p.m .:

Immediately before the start of the Europa League final in Seville between Eintracht Frankfurt and Glasgow Rangers, the SGE fans were annoyed.

The reason for this was that the choreography, which according to


had previously been transported to Seville in seven trucks, was suddenly torn away by the Spanish police units.

Apparently the choreography had obscured the UEFA banners.

The Frankfurt fans reacted similarly destructively and began to remove the UEFA advertising banners in the stadium.

Eintracht fans reacted to the police action and removed the UEFA banners.

© Arne Dedert/dpa

Update from May 18, 8:24 p.m .:

According to information from Sky Sport News, a Frankfurt fan was attacked with a stick by a Spanish police officer for no apparent reason.

The police officer "probably had a bad day," said the sports channel.

Spanish officials have never been known for their squeamishness.

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Riots between Eintracht and Rangers fans in Seville - fists and chairs fly

Update from May 18, 7:08 p.m .:

Already in the afternoon there were reports of physical altercations between fans of Eintracht Frankfurt and Glasgow Rangers.

During the evening, more videos of riots in downtown Seville appeared.

Fighting broke out on Avenida de Menéndez Pelayo, less than two kilometers from today's venue, and the chairs on the terraces of the surrounding restaurants were thrown.

This is evidenced by several videos shared on Twitter.

Update from May 18, 6:55 p.m .:

42 years ago, Frankfurt Eintracht won their last international title.

In the UEFA Cup final, Hessen defeated Mönchengladbach over two legs.

Back then, Karl-Heinz “Charly” Körbel, who is still the record player in the Bundesliga, was there.

"I've been here for 50 years, but I've never experienced anything like this," said the 602-time Eintracht player Körbel a few hours before kick-off about the number of fans at the final.

"Of course we're thinking today of the two who celebrated great successes with Eintracht.

We will never forget them, ”he called out to the thousands of Eintracht supporters who had traveled to Seville.

Now is the time for new heroes.

Glasgow Rangers must now be defeated for the final heroic feat.

Eintracht President Peter Fischer drinks with the SGE supporters before the final

Update from May 18, 5:51 p.m .:

Eintracht President Peter Fischer already spoke to the SGE fans who had traveled with him in Seville.

It didn't help with the high summer temperatures of around 35 degrees, the 66-year-old had to cool his throat with canned Spanish beer.

Fischer, who has been Eintracht President since 2000, had already been drinking with the supporters in Barcelona.

Now he warmed up again in the midst of the fans - with a beer from the local brewery Cruzcampo.

Update from May 18, 4:39 p.m .:

When Eintracht Frankfurt plays for the Europa League trophy in Seville tonight, one person should not be missing: club president Peter Fischer.

The 66-year-old was greeted at the Frankfurt fan event at the Prado de San Sebastián in downtown Seville with the cult song "Peter gives a 'out" and celebrates - as in Barcelona - with the fans of his harmony.

Eintracht President Fischer grumbles about "Mickey Mouse Stadium" before the Europa League final

In view of the crowds of fans from Germany and Scotland who are currently flooding the Andalusian metropolis, around 200,000 tickets could have been sold.

Fischer commented on this at the fan festival with the words: "There are 190,000 fans that we can't get into this Mickey Mouse stadium".

In fact, the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuan is the smallest of the three major football stadiums in the city, with a capacity of just under 44,000.

This means that more than 100,000 of the approximately 150,000 fans of both finalists who have traveled to the venue will not be able to follow the game on site.

Update from May 18, 3:17 p.m .:

Now there are initial findings about the incident on Wednesday night, when Eintracht fans are said to have attacked some Scots supporters.

Fan chaos before Europa League final?

First arrests after "massive fight"

In front of Seville Cathedral, a group of 200 Frankfurt fans attacked supporters of the opponent in the final, it was said.

There was a "massive fight".

When the Frankfurt fans saw the police coming, they fled.

No one was seriously injured, according to police, but one Rangers fan suffered a head injury.

Tens of thousands of Eintracht Frankfurt fans celebrate in downtown Seville.

© Angel Fernandez / dpa

Update from May 18, 2:18 p.m .:

There are still seven hours until the final at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán kicks off.

But tens of thousands are already celebrating in Seville.

At several fan festivals in the center of the metropolis in Andalusia, Scots and Germans got in the mood for the football showdown on Wednesday evening, full of anticipation.

"We are full of anticipation, because for this competition it is a unique meeting of the loudest and most vocal fans in Europe," said Frankfurt CEO Axel Hellmann.

According to Hellmann, UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin explicitly expressed his delight at the final between two traditional clubs with loud fan support on Tuesday.

"The whole of Europe can look forward to this final," said Eintracht head coach Oliver Glasner.

The Frankfurters had planned numerous activities at their fan festival until the early evening.

Like before the 3-2 win at FC Barcelona, ​​President Peter Fischer should also address the supporters.

Europa League final: The whole of Germany is keeping their fingers crossed for Eintracht Frankfurt

Update from May 18, 2:07 p.m .:

It feels like the whole of Germany is looking at Seville tonight and is keeping its fingers crossed for Eintracht.

Also at BVB and Schalke 04!

The former German European Cup heroes Olaf Thon and Lars Ricken are feverish with the SGE at the Europa League final.

"Of course I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

It's a huge story because we were the last ones to win this title 25 years ago," said Thon on Wednesday in a double interview with the SID at the German Football Museum in Dortmund.

First report from May 18, 12:23 p.m .:

Seville – It is served!

Even in Munich, supporters of Eintracht Frankfurt could be seen in SGE jerseys on Wednesday morning.

In the evening, the Hessians meet Glasgow Rangers in the final of the Europa League in Seville.

A very special duel!

Because: Both teams are famous, but also notorious for their fans.

Will it be quiet ahead of the final in Andalucia?

Obviously not.

Unfortunately, the first arrests were made the night before the final.

Five Eintracht Frankfurt fans have been arrested hours before the Europa League final.

According to the police, they were part of a group of 200 German supporters who are said to have attacked Scottish fans near the cathedral in the center of the southern Spanish city on Wednesday night.

Europa League final: fan chaos by Eintracht fans?

First Arrests!

"Serious problem"

On Wednesday, the police confirmed

corresponding reports from the Spanish media at the request of the

dpa .

The German fans are said to have thrown flares, tables and bottles at the officials.

They are therefore accused of disturbing public order and aggression.

Eintracht Frankfurt and Glasgow Rangers fans peacefully together in Seville.

© IMAGO / PA Images

The responsible police chief Juan Carlos Castro had warned of "serious problems" shortly before these first riots on Tuesday.

Around 150,000 fans are expected in Seville for the final on Wednesday evening (9 p.m. / RTL), 100,000 from Scotland and 50,000 from Germany.

"This is outrageous," Castro said.

"That's too many people with too much alcohol, most without a ticket to the game.

And there are many construction sites in the city.

All of this can lead to serious problems.” 5,500 security guards will be deployed for the final.

Castro spoke of the "most difficult game in recent years" in the Andalusian metropolis.

Each club received a contingent of 10,000 tickets for the final.

The Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán only offers space for about 44,000 spectators.

Most of the fans who have traveled from Germany and Scotland will therefore follow the final in front of large screens in fan zones and in the Cartuja Stadium or in pubs.


Source: merkur

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