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Sport With the fans: This is how Union Berlin celebrates relegation

10:05  17 june  2020
10:05  17 june  2020 Source:   90min.de

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Unions Marvin Friedrich mit dem T-Shirt zum Klassenerhalt. © Pool / Getty Images Unions Marvin Friedrich with the t-shirt for relegation.

On Tuesday evening the 1. FC Union Berlin did what not many expected before the season. The promoted team made it to the league in the Bundesliga on matchday 32. Despite all the circumstances, the SC Paderborn was celebrated with the fans.

The players of the Iron Group did not miss it and celebrated their early relegation with some fans who were already in the game against SC Paderborn, which Berliners won 1-0, in front of the An der Alten Försterei stadium arrived and cheered on their team. At the entrance to the stadium grounds, the fans waited for the players after the final whistle to celebrate with them.

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The club from Köpenick also prepared t-shirts that covered the whole Team slipped on after the final whistle. The shirt bears the inscription: “FINALLY FINALLY. CLASS KEEPED ". At the celebrations in front of the stadium, of course, the coach of 1. FC Union Berlin, Urs Fischer, could not be missing.

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