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Hertha Berlin Surprised By Ticket Demand For Europa League Qualifier Against Brondby

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 28 / 16

Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin "has been surprised by the ticket demand for the UEFA Europa League qualification game against Danish club Brondby IF," according to Max Bosse of the BERLINER ZEITUNG. The game will not take place at the club's usual home, Berlin's Olympic Stadium, but at the smaller Fr...

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