Sport hockey clubs decide: Indoor Bundesliga takes place

18:40  14 october  2020
18:40  14 october  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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The Bundesliga hockey clubs have decided to host the indoor round 2020/21.

Die Hockey-Bundesligisten haben sich für die Austragung der Hallenrunde 2020/21 entschieden. © Gregor Fischer / dpa The Bundesliga hockey teams have decided to host the indoor round 2020/21.

As announced by the German Hockey Association, 54 percent of the clubs with a team in the 1st or 2nd Bundesliga for men and women voted for a game to take place.

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