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Champions League: “Follow the example!” Why Dortmund fans are very angry with PSG leaders before the semi-final

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Paris Saint-Germain and Borussia Dortmund are challenging for a place in the final of the major European Cup. First leg: Wednesday May 1 in Germany, return Tuesday May 7 in France.

Borussia Dortmund fans are angry. They denounce a reduced number of places for the Champions League semi-final return against PSG at the Parc des Princes (May 7), as well as high prices. Much more than those which will be applied for Parisian supporters who will travel to Germany during the semi-final first leg, Wednesday May 1.

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According to information reported by BildPSG would have decided to limit the share of places allocated to visiting supporters to 4% instead of 5%, or around 500 fewer tickets for BvB fans.

In addition, prices for Borussia Dortmund supporters at the Parc des Princes are considered prohibitive, with a parking space reaching 70 euros, compared to only 18.50 euros for Parisian supporters traveling to Dortmund.

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Borussia Dortmund supporters groups are even considering filing a complaint with UEFA if no satisfactory solution is found with PSG in the coming days.

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The two teams had already met this season during the group stage of the Champions League. The price of tickets had already caused controversy, already provoking the anger of supporters of both camps.

Indeed, the French club’s supporters also contested PSG’s pricing policy for its parking at the Parc des Princes, by deploying a banner during the return match of the group stage between the BvB and the Capital club.


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