The VfL Bochum has been sentenced to a fine of 100,000 euros and a spectator part exclusion on probation after the beaker’s throw in the game against Borussia Mönchengladbach. The probation period runs until June 30, 2023. The DFB announced on Wednesday.
Only with similar incidents during this period the VFF would have to close the complete southstandue for a game. In addition, the club for this game should not charge a ticket surcharge. The association has already accepted the verdict.
Of the 100,000 euro fine, the VfL can use 33,000 euros for “safety and violent prevention measures”. In addition, there are three more fines in a total height of 15,000 euros for beakers of Bochum fans in the points against Borussia Dortmund and Union Berlin as well as in the cup match against the SC Freiburg.
Improved video surveillance and multi-way cup system
Also conditions have to fulfill the Bochum. This includes “a concept for introducing a high-resolution video surveillance system” and the introduction of a Pfandbug reusable system.
“Since the Bundesliga enters actively participated in the perpetrator and to optimize the safety in the stadium, the improved video surveillance and the multipath cup system will implement, the DFB control committee had applied for the sports court to suspend the audience exclusion,” says from DFB to the reason. Already in the past game against Bayer Leverkusen, VfL had used additional video technology.
Paid because of dangerous personal injury
During the Bundesliga game between the VfL and Borussia Mönchengladbach on March 18, arbitrator assistant Christian Ggantmann had been hit by a beer mug by the head. The broken encounter was scored 2: 0 for Gladbach.
Gittelmann suffered a skull impeller and a whiplash in the incident. Meanwhile, the prosecutor’s office has charged charges against a 38-year-old suspect due to dangerous personal injury.