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Sport BBL newcomer Chemnitz fears financial difficulties

12:35  21 october  2020
12:35  21 october  2020 Source:   90min.de

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Managing Director Steffen Herhold from basketball Bundesliga team Niners Chemnitz fears considerable economic difficulties for the newcomer if there is a complete season without audience income. "We could cope with about six games with a complete exclusion of spectators if the state aid flows," said managing director Steffen Herhold of the Free Press (Wednesday).

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According to the report, the people of Chemnitz have already submitted an application for corona aid from the economic stimulus package for professional sports clubs. You can apply for up to 800,000 euros per club to compensate for missing ticket income in the period from April 1 to December 31, 2020. “When the money comes, we'll keep ourselves stable. Do we have the opportunity to cope with further impacts? Not really, ”explained Herhold.

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The Niners will play their first home game against Göttingen on November 21st. According to a general decree issued by the city this week, only 100 participants are allowed at sports events in Chemnitz due to the increasing number of infections. However, the number includes athletes, coaches, supervisors and media representatives, so fans have to be dispensed with. Therefore, the start of advance sales for season tickets was postponed. “In contrast to other clubs, we have so far refrained from large-scale donation and solidarity campaigns. Now we need the support of our supporters. Every season ticket sold without a refund helps us incredibly, ”said Herhold.

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