Received in the last round of the third division Eintracht Braunschweig Victoria Kowloon Club.
While Victoria Colin club secured relegation, he was allowed to do so Eintracht Braunschweig They celebrated promotion to the second Bundesliga in the last round. Accordingly, celebrations will be held at the Eintracht stadium after the match in the thirty-eighth round. Before the match, Löwen fans planned a fan rally.
Eintracht Braunschweig – FC Victoria Cologne in the live tape
We accompany the game Eintracht Braunschweig – FC Viktoria Köln in the live tape and provide you with the most important information before and during the match.
Eintracht Braunschweig ended the season with a 0:1 home defeat against Victoria Koln. The frustration soon went away. Even before the official final whistle, many fans gathered behind the boards and thus ensured an early end to the match. After the beep there was no turning back. Fans are now invading the entire stadium. It only took a few minutes for the entire green lawn to be colored blue and yellow. Braunschweig faces a boisterous rest on Saturday.
Game information – Eintracht Braunschweig vs FC Victoria Koln
- Departure: Saturday, May 14, 1:30 p.m
- Venue: Eintracht Stadium
- Transmission: MagentaSport, NDR
Brunswick: Bangsu-Wiebe (74Kobylanski). Behrendt, Schultz (47′ Strompf), Kijewski -, Henning, Krauße, Zauner – Multhaup, Y. Otto (74′ Müller) – Lauberbach (74′ Girth)
Victoria: Bördner – Heister (46’Siebert), Höck, Greger, N. May – Fritz (67′ Rossmann), Sontheimer – Marseiler (46′ Philipp), Handle (72’Buballa), Palacios (46’Amyn), – Jastremski
Eintracht Braunschweig – FC Viktoria Cologne 0:1 (0:0)
Goals: 0: 1 Yastremsky (63)
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3.30 pm: Despite the difficult season, graduate Kopilanski is thrilled: “You can see the radiance of Braunschweig.” The classic Disney movie “Let it go” from the movie Frozen plays in the background. However, the fans changed the lyrics. The sound of “let it be” rang out in the stadium with an incredible sound.
3:25 pm: Hardly any grass could be seen now. The green area is colored yellow and blue. The mood is indescribable.
3:24 pm: Maurice Molthope is very happy. In a post-match interview, he said, “It’s very cool, try to enjoy it as much as possible.” He was also thrilled with the fans.
3:23 pm: Athletic director Peter Follmann is much more than that mentally: “Now comes what really matters: staying up late.” Now the big work for him begins. In a short time he must form the team for the second division.
3:21 pm: Despite the defeat, coach Sheel said: “We are proud of the team. When I think about what on Earth was here 12 months ago. That was a great season. I’m so proud of this promotion,” Schiele said right after the match.
3:19 pm: Eintracht players do not escape to the dressing room. Instead, the team is on the field with its fans celebrating their impressive performance this season.
3:16 pm: Eintracht ended the season in defeat. In the end, the fans and the team should be able to handle it well. Yellow smoke hangs over the square. Crowds hugging each other on the grass.
90´: Referee Muller whistled at the match. Huge orgasm. Fans broke into the lawn and celebrated with their children.
87′: The ball no longer rolls. The stadium announcer warns of the consequences.
86´: Hammer! Even before the final whistle, some fans stormed the field. The fans are burning on the gang.
85 ‘: Eintracht could attack again for five minutes. Defeat would be a disgrace, but not a broken leg.
77 ‘: Good chance for Braunschweig. After a corner kick, Muller slips past the ball.
74´: Another change for BTSV. Kobylanski gets a few minutes of play in his farewell match. Girth and Müller also entered the field. Lauberbach, Otto and Wiebe have finished the work
71´: Excitement on the field. Should lions have received a penalty there? After a cross, a player from Cologne hits his arm crossed. Referee Muller decides a corner kick. There is no VAR in the third degree.
70´: Eintracht still has 20 minutes left. Head coach Michael Scheele’s side can still say goodbye to points.
61´: Gooo! Out of nowhere, Cologne suddenly took the lead. After Braunschweig’s corner, guests turn well. Bangsu can only dodge, then the ball hits the post. At the end of the food chain lies Cologne Jastremski and pushes the ball inwards.
60´: Early start in yellow! A few Eintracht fans are trying to run to the pitch early. Folders know how to prevent this.
58′: There is some movement coming. However, both teams lack the necessary consistency.
47´: The first change is when black. Strumpf replaces Schultz.
45′: Let’s continue to Braunschweig!
As expected, both clubs are taking things easy. The atmosphere is great, but the game could use more goal area scenes. There are few chances, except for Lauberbach’s offside goal, big chances are still a long way off.
45′: And that’s it. Referee Eric Muller blew his whistle at the appointed time.
41´: The visiting team is always looking for the finish. Alternative goalkeeper Bangsow can still block all attacks with ease.
40´: Jan Hendrik Marx describes the team’s promotion festivities over the NDR microphone “we definitely let it go off,” and the right-back said, “It went on into the night.”
36´: Another conclusion from black. But Multhaup doesn’t have any power behind the ball.
31´: another chance. Henning reigns supreme with a strong dribble. The midfielder rushes to the outside, but Zoner’s cross goes nowhere.
20´: Both teams take it easy. The game has a friendly feel. Still, the mood is great. Both camps are in a festive mood. BTSV due to rise, Cologne due to landing. There are about 23,000 fans in the stadium.
18´: The first corner goes to Cologne.
16´: Before the match, the guest from Cologne was celebrated for his help. The classic carnival kölsche Jungs ran at the entrance. The team lined up to thunderous applause. The guest does not face it every day.
VIII: Braunschweig’s goal, but it does not matter. Lauberbach runs up, delivers the cross and pushes in. But the attacker was offside.
1: Less than a minute is played and Multhaup is already in front of the Cologne square. The border guard can safely dodge.
1 minute: here we are. 90 minutes of standing between the lions and the big promotion party.
12.45 pm: The lineup is out! As expected, Schiele spins a bit.
12.10 pm: Will the Lions soon lose their traditional stadium name? The association wants to prevent this with your help! (Learn more here)
11.11 am: Although Eintracht’s last game was about nothing, Eintracht coach Michael Scheele warns. It will not be an easy game. “However, it should be a football festival with a great atmosphere. We are enjoying it, but we also want to say goodbye,” Schiele said.
9.15 am: Nice good morning! Today is the last match for Eintracht Braunschweig. Lions want to finish the season on a positive note.
6 pm: Eintracht Braunschweig is hoping for a full hut on Saturday. In theory, the capacity of the audience can be fully utilized.
5:07 pm: Last weekend, Victoria Colin gave Lions a helping hand in the promotion battle. So Eintracht Braunschweig wants to show his gratitude and maybe even give fans a gift (find out more here).
14.11 pmr: Eintracht coach Michael Scheele made it clear in the pre-match press conference that Jan Hendrik Marx would not play as a precaution. Janis Nicolau has a problem with his neck, and his mission is still open.
1:49 pm: Last match for the Ascension Champion? A professional Löwen player can leave the club in the summer (more information here).
12.30 pm: After the match against Cologne, Eintracht Braunschweig fans plan a march from the stadium to the city center, reports the Autobahn GmbH of the North West Federal Branch. Therefore, on Saturdays from about 4.45 pm to 6.45 pm the exit from the A 392 will be closed shortly before Celler Straße in the direction of Hamburger Straße (High-flyer). Traffic is diverted in the direction of the city center via the Celler Straße junction. It is also not possible to drive on the A 392 in the direction of Hamburger Straße.
Letters to Eintracht Braunschweig:
11:19 am: Victoria Cologne also has reason to celebrate: after beating Eintracht rival Kaiserslautern 2-1 last Sunday, Cologne will play in the third division again next season.
10:14 am: Even before the last day of play, Braunschweig was the second promoted team. Despite the 2:3 defeat against Meppen, Eintracht finished the season in second place. After three years in the third division, the club returns to the second division.
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