Tech & Science Gladbach starts ticket sales for Real Madrid with good innovations

19:31  13 october  2020
19:31  13 october  2020 Source:   90min.de

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On Wednesday Borussia Mönchengladbach starts ticket sales for the first home game in the Champions League against Real Madrid . There will be some positive changes.

Am Mittwoch startet Borussia Mönchengladbach den Kartenverkauf für das Spiel gegen Real Madrid | DeFodi Images/Getty Images © Provided by 90min Borussia Mönchengladbach will start selling tickets for the game against Real Madrid | on Wednesday DeFodi Images / Getty Images

When Borussia Mönchengladbach was allowed to let 10,804 spectators into the stadium for the Bundesliga home game against Union Berlin , ticket sales were rather sluggish - just like now for the upcoming duel with VfL Wolfsburg. The reasons for this: the caution of some, the renunciation of others and, in some cases, certainly also the circumstances with which one could watch the game in the stadium.

For example, it was only possible to buy individual tickets, even a precise choice of seat was initially not possible. Sitting together with friends or family was therefore extremely difficult. For the Champions League game against Real Madrid, the foals are changing ticket sales a bit - and definitely for the better.

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