For the Europa League final of Eintracht Frankfurt, Deutsche Bahn wanted to put a special train on the tracks to Seville. But nothing will come of it now.
Frankfurt – It could have been a wild ride over the rails, but nothing will come of it. A special train German train to the Europa League final Eintracht Frankfurt to Seville will not exist. The railway announced on Wednesday (May 11).
To give even more Eintracht fans a chance to travel to the SGE final against Glasgow Rangers on May 18 in Seville To make this possible, Deutsche Bahn launched a campaign on its Twitter channel. The math was simple: If the post gets 753,056 likes, the train will provide a special train to the final. The number of likes probably refers to the population of the city of Frankfurt am Main.
Eintracht Frankfurt: Special train to Seville fails due to too few likes
But the required likes did not come about. It was not enough for the special train for Eintracht fans, the company said via short message service Twitter. As of Wednesday, 7 p.m., only 156,259 fans put their hearts under the Deutsche Bahn contribution. The target was clearly missed.
Perhaps one or the other Eintracht fan had other concerns about the campaign: “I don’t think the fans want to arrive 90 minutes after kick-off,” replied a user under the Deutsche Bahn contribution.
As the railway announced, five tickets for the final against Glasgow Rangers on May 18th as well as Interrail passes will be raffled off in a competition. For those at home offers Eintracht Frankfurt a public viewing in Deutsche Bank Park at. However, some ticket holders try to make a profit out of it. (esa)