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The German Ice Hockey Federation (DEB) is planning for the Germany Cup with empty ranks and wants to accept a high financial loss for the event.
“We are not counting on the admission of spectators to the Deutschland Cup. Due to the infection, we only have permission to host the tournament without an audience, ”said DEB President Franz Reindl with a view to the tournament from November 5 to 8 in Krefeld. "Above all, we clearly see the sporting value and not the financial burden, although the loss without spectators will be in the six-figure range for us."
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The next few months will be “one way or another very difficult” for clubs and associations in ice hockey, said the 65-year-old when asked about possible further restrictions on the number of spectators generally allowed. Currently, a maximum audience capacity of 20 percent applies.
For the Deutschland Cup, the DEB has to deal with alternative plans after several rejections. Only Latvia is currently known as an international opponent. It is possible that the traditional four-man format will have to be deviated from and that a German perspective team will take part in the 2022 Olympic Winter Games in Beijing.
National ice hockey players hot for Germany Cup .
Even without national coach Toni Söderholm and despite the unusual format, Germany’s national ice hockey players are particularly motivated to go to this year's Germany Cup. © Monika Skolimowska / dpa-Zentralbild / dpa Yannic Seidenberg is looking forward to the Germany Cup. “That's just good. This is very important for the future of the national team, ”said defender Yannic Seidenberg on Tuesday about the upcoming traditional tournament, which takes place from Thursday to Sunday in Krefeld.