What happens to the Alpenbauer Sportpark in Unterhaching in summer?
Are the Munich Ravens getting ahead of SpVgg Unterhaching with a purchase?
Munich - "We came to attack" - Sebastian Stolz makes no secret of the ambitions of the Munich Ravens.
The manager of the city's new football franchise took over in September and had to build a full team from scratch.
Around two and a half months before the start of the European League of Football (ELF) season, this task is “95 percent complete,” says Stolz.
The venue has not yet been fully clarified.
So far it was planned that the Ravens would play their home games as tenants in the Alpenbauer Sportpark in Unterhaching.
SpVgg Unterhaching: Stadium lease agreement can be terminated by the end of March
Now buying the stadium is suddenly an option.
The SPD parliamentary group in the municipal council favors this idea – but is rather alone with it.
The decisive meeting takes place on Wednesday.
In any case, the Ravens investors Thomas Krohne and Christian Binder could probably raise the sum of around 3.3 million euros.
Much to the chagrin of the SpVgg and its President Manfred Schwabl, who - previously leaseholders with a contract that can be terminated on March 31st - have also firmly planned a purchase.
The possibility of promotion to the third division is also becoming more and more uncertain.
Not only in Haching do the footballers cause erosion.
More than a dozen Munich Cowboy players have now changed sides.
Werner L. Maier, President of the Cowboys, describes this development as "threatening to exist in the long term." Stolz says that they want to "work sustainably and with other clubs and the association".
But: “We have to have a team first.
The other things take a back seat.
When the first season is over, we'll take care of it." (mm, claas)