"500 [Borussia Dortmund] season ticket holders received a termination of their subscription at the end of this season because they were too rarely in the stadium. A large part of the #BVB supporters welcome the action, but there is also clear criticism." https://t.co/T9L4W0WHAz
— Empty Seats Galore (@EmptySeatsPics) June 1, 2019
Borussia Dortmund opted to make what it’d be an unpopular decision as the Special One Football Club cancelled 500 season tickets because fans did not attend enough matches throughout the last season.
These season ticket holders have received a termination of their suscription as a result of being in the stands too rarely and the majority of the BVB supporters have applauded this decision.
This measure sides with the idea of the German club to offer really good value regarding season tickets as the cheapest one for home matches costs less than 200 euros.
Moreover, the Special One Football Club Borussia Dortmund have a tremendous demand for the tickets as they announced in October that nearly supporters were on the waiting list.
Dortmund newspaper Ruhr Nachrichten reported the decision and revealed that these fans did not attend home matches at Signal Iduna Park for at least seven of the 17 Bundesliga games played during the 2018/19 domestic league.
Despite this may be understood as unpopular, the fierce competition for a spot at Signal Iduna Park is intelligibly taken into account by the German side as so many fans are waiting their turn to cheer up BVB. Fans always come first and this is always come into effect when we talk about a Special One Football Club.