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Status: 30/09/2022 5:51 PM

Due to energy-saving measures, the city of Nuremberg no longer wants to allow matches on Saturday evenings in the Max Morlock Stadium of the second division football team 1. FC Nuremberg.

According to a press release, the Nuremberg City Council gave “the green light for several energy-saving measures”. “Among other things, the council has expressed itself not to turn on the turf heating in the Max Morlock Stadium this winter and to leave the floodlights on until a maximum of 9 p.m.The Saturday evening games in the 2nd division start at 8.30 pm.

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No agreement with the DFL yet

the “austerity measures“but still stands”under the condition” with the German football league.”With this in mind, discussions should now be sought with the DFL, whose approval is mandatory.A tweet from the municipality that gave the impression that the DFL had already been included caused confusion on Friday.

So far, there are no Saturday night games scheduled for the “Club”, the DFL has so far scheduled the games until the weekend before the winter break (November 11-13).

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