“Türkgücü has to play in Munich”: Does FC Bayern make room in Grünwalder?
Created: 08/12/2022, 18:13
By: Moritz Bletzinger
Türkgücü support in Giesing: The regional league wants to play all home games of the new season in the Grünwalder Stadion if possible.
© Markus Fischer/Imago
Türkgücü Munich is tired of looking for a stadium.
The association announces that it will not look outside the city again.
For this, the city and FC Bayern have to get involved.
Munich – At the end of the year, Türkgücü Munich invited to a press conference.
President Taskin Akkay made it clear there: “Türkgücü has to play in Munich.
We don't want to go looking for a stadium again.
A stadium outside of the city is out of the question for us.”
In the 2022/23 season, all Türkgücü home games should take place in the Grünwalder Stadion, Akkay demands.
For the current season, Türkgücü has only been awarded twelve games because FC Bayern and 1860 Munich have priority in Giesing.
Is that unfair?
Türkgücü can understand the special treatment for 1860, after all the lions play a league higher.
However, Akkay demands equal treatment with FC Bayern amateurs.
The reserve of the record champions plays like Türkgücü in the regional league.
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On January 9th, representatives of 1860 Munich, FC Bayern, Türkgücü and the city of Munich will meet.
Then the Grünwalder occupancy for the 2022/23 season will be revealed.
Recently, the occupancy was already difficult.
What's in it for Türkgücü?
Akkay muses: The FC Bayern amateurs could play on campus and the women's team in Grünwalder instead.
The women's Bundesliga only has 22 matchdays, so FC Bayern would only need Grünwalder eleven times for the women.
Then there would be room for Türkgücü.
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A daring proposal by the Türkgücü President.
It is questionable whether FC Bayern will play there.
After all, the record champion would have nothing to do with transporting the amateurs to the campus.
And also: The stadium on campus is not approved for the regional league.
The small arena has enough seats, but questions about fan separation, security and press seats are unanswered.
If FC Bayern II were to be promoted back to the 3rd division, they would have to play at Grünwalder anyway.
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Türkgücü depends on goodwill.
FCB enjoys customary rights in the Grünwalder stadium and is therefore given preference in Giesing by the city of Munich.
If it doesn't work out for Türkgücü with the games in Grünwalder, Akkay demands the Dante Stadium from the city.
However, the Türkgücü President does not want to go on a conflict course.
He wants to solve the issue with "even more harmony".
Between Türkgücü and FC Bayern, however, the fronts could have hardened since the banner scandal.