American football: NFL boss: he could have sold “three million tickets”.

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NFL Boss: Could have sold “three million tickets”.

NFL Germany chief Alexander Steinforth smiles. photo

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The organizers of the first match of the National Football League in Germany could have offered far more tickets than are available due to the high demand. “Three million tickets could have been sold if the stadium had enough capacity,” NFL Germany boss Alexander Steinforth said Wednesday of the match at Munich’s Allianz Arena. The November 13 duel between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers around superstar Tom Brady and the Seattle Seahawks has been sold out for several months.

The organizers of the first match of the National Football League in Germany could have offered far more tickets than are available due to the high demand. “Three million tickets could have been sold if the stadium had enough capacity,” NFL Germany boss Alexander Steinforth said Wednesday of the match at Munich’s Allianz Arena. The November 13 duel between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers around superstar Tom Brady and the Seattle Seahawks has been sold out for several months.

Due to the changing needs and the renovations of the Allianz Arena, which, among other things, required the extension of the field, about 67,000 spectators are expected on Sunday next week. Bundesliga club FC Bayern Munich normally uses the stadium. It is the first regular season game in the history of the American League in Germany. Three more matches are planned in Munich and Frankfurt am Main over the next three years.

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