Public Viewing on May 19 at Commerzbank Arena
After the hullabaloo surrounding coach Niko Kovac's move to Bayern Munich next season and the rather sobering 4-1 defeat to Bayern Leverkusen, expectations were not particularly high for the DFB semi-final against runners-up FC Schalke 04. But with Luka Jovic's goal in the 75th minute of the game, Eintracht punched its ticket to Berlin for the DFB Cup final for the second time in a row. On May 19, it will be against Kovac's future team Bayern Munich, of all teams, for victory.
Of course, thousands of fans will not miss this and - if they could get hold of one of the coveted tickets - will travel to Berlin to experience the final match live. For those who are not able to do so, there will still be the opportunity to enjoy the game in a stadium atmosphere with numerous fans. Once again, hr3 will present a large public viewing event in Eintracht's living room, the Commerzbank Arena. The match will be broadcast on a screen of more than 400 square metres, so that a good view is guaranteed from all seats. It's sure to be a mega party - no matter the outcome of the game!
Tickets for this public viewing cost 8,00 EUR including free arrival and departure by public transport in the entire RMV area. Advance sales will start next week.
More info you can get HERE