Last weekend, a serious assault occurred among German soccer fans. Schalke fans who were about to leave Berlin were beaten by fans of other clubs.
German police announced on the 19th (Korean time) that Schalke fans were brutally attacked and seriously injured during a match between Union Berlin and Schalke 04. Schalke fans were attacked by fans of Borussia Dortmund and Rottweiss Essen (third division club) while boarding a bus in their hometown of Gelsenkirchen.
According to a statement from the police, the perpetrator group is known to be at least 100 people. Four people, including Schalke fans and a bus driver, who were caught up in the violence were seriously injured, and the perpetrators assaulted them with baseball bats as well as screwdrivers, a type of tool.
Gelsenkirchen police received an urgent call, but by the time they arrived at the scene, the perpetrators had already fled. The injured were given first aid at the scene and transported to the hospital.
Dortmund and Schalke are clubs in a bloody rivalry. It is called the ‘Levier Derby’ and is considered one of the fiercest matches in the German Bundesliga.
Recently, violence has been taking place in the German Bundesliga one after another. In late January, Bayern Munich supporters were attacked 카지노사이트by Eintracht Frankfurt fans at a motorway rest area, and several clubs, including Cologne and Union Berlin, were stained with on- and off-field violence.