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Sports promoted from third division Türkgücü: Würzburg instead of Munich?

14:45  29 june  2020
14:45  29 june  2020 Source:   sport1.de

regional leagues name three promoters: Türkgücü Munich is allowed to celebrate

 regional leagues name three promoters: Türkgücü Munich is allowed to celebrate © Imago Images The responsible regional league leaders have named their sporting promoted promoters to the third division on time. The German Football Association (DFB) announced on Monday. Accordingly, 1. FC Saarbrücken (southwest), VfB Lübeck (north) and Türkgücü Munich (Bavaria) rise. The fourth climber will be determined in two games between 1. FC Lok Leipzig (Northeast) and SC Verl (West) on June 25th and 30th.

Türkgücü München is a German association football club from the city of Munich , Bavaria. The club, which is based in the Turkish community of Munich

Munich is the capital and most populous city of Bavaria, the second most populous German state. With a population of around 1.5 million, it is the third -largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg

Türkgücü München plant die Austragung von Drittliga-Spielen in der Flyeralarm Arena in Würzburg © Getty Images Türkgücü Munich plans to host third division games in the Flyeralarm Arena in Würzburg

surprise at Türkgücü Munich!

The third division promoted "has reported the arena in Würzburg as an unrestrictedly available venue for his home games". The German Football Association (DFB) announced on Monday when it also announced the admission of all third-division applicants.

The comeback of the Munich Olympic Stadium on the football stage, which is expected with the rise of Türkgücüs, is still possible. The newcomer from the Regionalliga Bayern wants and can also play games there.

Verl from the district of Gütersloh may play third division relegation

 Verl from the district of Gütersloh may play third division relegation Verl. The football relegation games for promotion to the third division between 1. FC Lok Leipzig and SC Verl should take place as planned despite the lockdown in the district of Gütersloh. © Jan Woitas The Bruno Plache Stadium in Leipzig. “We are in constant contact with the city, the opponent and of course with the DFB. As things stand, the event is not in danger, ”said Raimund Bertels, President of SC Verl, on Tuesday at the German Press Agency.

The promotion to the 3 . Liga (German: Aufstieg zur 3 . Liga) determines the teams that will be promoted each season from the Regionalliga, the fourth tier of German football

🎦 Türkgücü München. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. The club, which is based in the Turkish community of Munich , was formed in 2009 in a merger of Türkischer SV 1975 Türk Gücü was a successful third - division side in the second half of the 1980s and the early 1990s, when the

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then all requirements for the 3rd league met ".

Türkgücü games are also conceivable in the Grünwald stadium in Bavaria's state capital. Of course, that would only be possible there if 1860 Munich did not play any games and "the contractually defined match day format of the 3rd division was maintained".

The Champions League final of the women had taken place in the Munich Olympic Stadium in 2012, Bayern Munich and 1860 Munich had already played their last games there in 2005.

1. FC Saarbrücken also indicated an alternate location. Likewise Lok Leipzig and SC Verl, which determine the last regional league climber.

In the admission procedure, the DFB checks the economic and technical-organizational performance of the clubs - similar to the licensing procedure of the DFL for the Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga. The admission procedure is intended to ensure that the season runs properly in the financial and technical-organizational area and is appropriate for a professional game class.

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with sports information service (SID)

Stuttgart promoted with Bielefeld, Hamburg left disappointed .
BERLIN — Stuttgart secured its promotion to the Bundesliga after only one season away while Hamburger SV wasted any chance of a return from Germany’s second division in the final round on Sunday. Stuttgart finished runner-up, 10 points behind already promoted Arminia Bielefeld, despite a 3-1 loss at home to Darmstadt. Former Germany striker Mario Gomez scored Stuttgart’s goal in what may have been his last game for the club. Hamburg started one point behind third-place Heidenheim. With a superior goal difference, a draw would have been enough for Hamburg to capitalize on Heidenheim’s 3-0 defeat at Bielefeld and finish in the promotion playoff spot.

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