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The storm front is approaching!  ÖFB and Poland fans were affected

The storm front is approaching! ÖFB and Poland fans were affected

The anxious gazes of many fans were directed towards the skies over Berlin – shortly before ÖFB's European Championship match against Poland (from 6pm on the live stream>>>).

The German Meteorological Service (DWD) said in its SMS service “X” (formerly Twitter): “Warning, warning! There are some strong thunderstorms coming from the southwest!”

The fan zones at the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag building were closed as a precaution. Due to DWD warnings, visitors will be escorted away from the site, organizer Kulturprojekte Berlin announced Friday afternoon.

In the Olympic Stadium, west of the German capital, rain began to fall a little more than two hours before the start of the match. Heavy cloudbursts are possible during the match after a humid day in Berlin.

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Polish fans are fairly in the majority

Thousands of football fans from Austria and Poland marched through Berlin ahead of a European Championship match. Due to the large crowds, the police closed access to the platform at the Zoo S-Bahn station, as announced Friday via “X”. According to police, about 2,000 Austrian fans celebrated in the nearby Bretscheidplatz square before many of them set off on a cheering march to the Olympic Stadium.

According to police, about 1,300 Polish fans made their way from Pariser Platz. There are more than 20,000 supporters of both fan camps in the city. Poles are said to be somewhat in the majority. The police spoke of a happy atmosphere. According to the spokeswoman, about 2,000 police officers will accompany the match day in the European Championship. Emergency services from Austria and Poland are also on site.

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