1. FC Magdeburg Must Pay A Penalty Of 96,000 Euros

A pretty hefty bill came due for German second division club 1. FC Magdeburg. The club has to pay a penalty of 96,000 euros because fans burned pyrotechnics during a game and the smoke polluted the stadium of their opponents SC Reuben M√ľnster.

Throughout the 2nd half and after the last whistle of the DFB Cup game against Eintracht Frankfurt (0: 4), Magdeburg viewers ignited a total of 160 pyrotechnic objects such as Bengal Fire and Reached.

This is now expensive for the second department clubs: In this case, the DFB estimates a general costs by the sports court of 96,000 euros per burned-out item.
The FCM can spend 32,000 euros for security or consolidated procedures.

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The club has to show that at the DFB.

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