Sports DFB moves third division game Jena against Bayern II

20:41  19 june  2020
20:41  19 june  2020 Source:   goal.com

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The DFB has moved the third division game between FC Carl Zeiss Jena and FC Bayern II by one day.

Szene aus dem Hinspiel in München: Maranda (r.) gegen Wriedt. © imago images scene from the first leg in Munich: Maranda (right) against Wriedt.

Instead of the original on Sunday, June 28th (5 p.m.), the duel of match day 36 now increases on Saturday, June 27th (2 p.m.). The DFB cites "an overlap of dates on the Ernst Abbe sports field in Jena" as the reason.

It is a game of the women's Bundesliga: On June 28th at 2 p.m. the FF USV Jena, which had already been challenged in Essen on Wednesday, received the MSV Duisburg on the Ernst-Abbe sports field.

For Carl Zeiss Jena and Bayern II, the third division encounter is not about much in terms of sport: The Jenaers are already determined to be relegated, Munich have even been leaders of the table since Wednesday, but are not allowed to advance.

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