It has been clear since Thursday that the city derby (January 21) is to be played in front of 2,000 fans. HSV also assumes this, although in the background they are still advertising for a higher capacity utilization of the stadium. With the planned number, only four percent of all spaces in the Volkspark would be occupied.The fans have to be patient. It shouldn’t be clear until Monday at the earliest how HSV wants to distribute the valuable tickets. The most likely scenarios: They will either be raffled off or awarded as part of the season ticket deposit. What happened in Volkspark this week? What about HSV ahead of the next matchday? Every Friday, the Rautenpost provides you with analyses, updates and transfer rumours. Just in time for the weekend, you will receive a brief summary of all the latest news of the week about HSV from us – directly by e-mail to your inbox. Click here and subscribe for free.One thing is clear: Since the St. Pauli fans do not fall under the category of “foreign guests”, which is prohibited until further notice, HSV will make the agreed five percent of the contingent (100 tickets) available to its city rivals. Nothing else was ever up for debate at HSV, because in the past few days both clubs have been fighting as allies (together with HSV Hamburg, the Hamburger Towers and the Crocodiles) for more fans.
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