Darmstadt – SV Darmstadt 98 will be back on the football pitch this Wednesday. The second division team is back in action in small groups and will carry out organized individual training. The lilies have developed a concept to comply with the regulations for contact with third parties and the hygiene regulations. All measures meet the requirements of the state authorities and are coordinated in detail with the city authorities, according to the association.

“We thank the responsible authorities for the constructive exchange throughout the process,” said Carsten Wehlmann, sports director of SV 98. And further: “The limited resumption of training allows the players to be able to continue their work to a certain extent. This is a first important step to be prepared if it is decided that the season can continue.”

The coaches of coach Dimitrios Grammozis had been training individually for about three weeks after the second division team sent the team home in the wake of the Corona crisis.

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