Water scandal in the stadium of Seville

Temperatures well over 30 degrees and then this: In the curve of the Eintracht Frankfurt fans in the final of the Europa League, the water apparently ran out before the first half. Fans report on social networks about the water lull in the Seville stadium.

Water emergency in the final stadium Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán. Several Eintracht fans reported on Wednesday evening that there were no more drinks in the supply stations of the Frankfurt curve – and that in this heat battle.

While the players rightly get drinking breaks, the spectators apparently looked in the tube. Not safe in the heat. You can see empty kiosks and police officers. “Fans have to beg security forces (unsuccessfully) for water because there is nothing (!) to drink in the stadium. Shame on you @UEFA,” wrote one user. “There is NOTHING left to drink at the Eintracht-Turn. Nothing to drink. Disgusting. Are you kidding, UEFA,” reported another visitor.

Throughout the day, temperatures in the Andalusian metropolis were well over 30 degrees. Seville was a heat hotspot in Europe on Wednesday. Uefa has not yet commented on the water problems. Both fan camps had received a contingent of 10,000 tickets for the 44,000-seat stadium.