The police asked for a ban on the Slovak Cup final in Tehelné. SOURCE: TASR – Lukáš Grinaj BRATISLAVA – The Regional Directorate of the Police Force in Bratislava turned to the Bratislava-Nové Mesto district with a request to ban the final of the Slovnaft Cup, which is to take place between ŠK Slovan and FC Spartak Trnava on Sunday, May 8 at the National Football Championship. stadium. The members of the executive committee of the Slovak Football Association, which organizes the finals, approved the meeting in Tehelné pole. “In connection with this football match, the Regional Directorate of the Bratislava Police Force turned to the Bratislava-Nové Mesto district today with a request to ban this sporting event, pointing out several security risks and even a possible threat to life and health. According to the police, the organizer himself described this event as risky. Given that this is a new matter, colleagues must first get acquainted with it and then decide on the next step, “said the city district. The police asked for a ban on the Slovak Cup final in Tehelné. SOURCE: TASR – Lukáš Grinaj Tickets for fans of Slovan and Spartak were sold for the cup derby. The ban for rivals, which prevents fans of both clubs from visiting the opponent’s stadium until the end of the season, does not apply to the duel. In the October meeting of the Fortuna League, riots took place at the Anton Malatinský Stadium in Trnava. They did not finish the match and contaminated it for the benefit of the guests. The Slovan – Trnava duel is also on the program in the Fortuna League on Sunday, May 1, but only with the participation of domestic fans.
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