Entertainment Kölner Haie start selling symbolic tickets

14:00  28 october  2020
14:00  28 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The traditional ice hockey club Kölner Haie has started selling symbolic tickets. This is intended to contribute to the continued existence of the eight-time German champion.

Bei den Kölner Haien wird aufgrund der Corona-Pandemie gespart. © picture alliance / dpa The Cologne Sharks are saving due to the corona pandemic.

The so-called “#immerwigger” tickets have been available for ten euros each since Wednesday. According to their own statement, the Haien lack around one million euros in order to be able to participate in the game even without a spectator if the German Ice Hockey League season starts in December. To close this gap, NHL superstar Leon Draisaitl's home club would have to sell 100,000 tickets.

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SoldOut Tickets gives you the opportunity to buy your tickets online and at all STEPHANIS STORES and watch For your ticket purchases from Stephanis Stores, find on the list of our ticketbox locations , the selling point Please arrive at the event venue at least 30 minutes before the start of the event .

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It is still unclear whether the DEL can start another season this year. Since games in front of spectators are currently not possible due to the coronavirus pandemic, the league had already postponed the planned start of the season twice. The clubs are highly dependent on audience income.

With 13,333 spectators, the Haie had the highest average of a German sports club outside of the professional football leagues last season. In view of the current situation, the continued existence of Cologne's ice hockey location is therefore at great risk, according to Managing Director Philipp Walter. As one of six DEL clubs, the Haie will not take part in the planned preparatory tournament from mid-November. The league wants to test whether a season can work during the pandemic.

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