Lübeck – The calendar year 2023 is for 1. FC Phoenix Lübeck ended prematurely. After the two catch-up home games against FC Teutonia 05 yesterday (December 6th) and against Hamburger SV II (December 12th) were not played because the Buniamshof stadium was closed until December 31st, the away game at SSV Jeddeloh will now take place next year Saturday also out. The Lower Saxony announced this.
Phoenix with no chance of winter championship
The table in the Regionalliga Nord therefore remains lopsided, as the Adlerträger are tied with Holstein Kiel II in second place with 35 points, three points behind leaders Hannover 96 II.
Association has not officially canceled yet
The catch-up dates for the people of Lübeck have not yet been set. Above all, the matches in Jeddeloh and against the HSV reserves have not yet been officially canceled by the association. A new move to the “Flugplatz” stadium is not conceivable. The North German Football Association (NFV) stated that no league games can currently be played there. A new special permit for artificial turf is also excluded, as the municipal sports fields are closed up to and including New Year’s Eve. 1. FC Phönix is currently playing again on February 10th next year, then at home against Eimsbütteler TV. However, catch-up games are to be expected beforehand – weather permitting.
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