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Hertha BSC offers immediate help to discriminated visitors at home games. Under the slogan “Where is Lotte?”, the Berlin Bundesliga club is now helping those affected by discrimination in the vicinity of the stadium visit. In addition to helpers in conspicuous pink vests, those affected can also visit a shelter in Block O, where they are cared for. A project team from the Fan Support, Corporate Social Responsibility and Digital Media departments developed this offer of help over a period of one and a half years. “The concept ‘Where is Lotte?’ is an important step towards a safe stadium experience for everyone,” said Hertha’s managing director Thomas Herrich. The code word “Where is Lotte?” is intended to overcome the inhibitions of those affected to seek help. The helpers with the pink vests then take those seeking help to a trained team. In addition, the association can refer the persons concerned to trained partner organizations so that they can later receive professional help. In addition, Hertha is also available outside of match days to provide assistance in cases that are reported later. (dpa)
Big victory for Hertha BSC in the first test match of the pre-season: The Bundesliga soccer team won 7-0 (4-0) in Kienbaum against TuS Makkabi, coached by Wolfgang Sandhowe. The goals before the break were scored by Davie Selke (12’/penalty kick, 17′), Marco Richter (18′) and Filip Uremovic (36′). In the second half, Darry Scherhant (69′), Santiago Ascacibar (78′) and Vladimir Darida (86′) scored.
Of the three newcomers so far, Uremovic and goalkeeper Tjark Ernst were in the starting XI. In the second half, coach SandroSchwarz sent a completely new team onto the pitch, including JonjoeKenny, the third newcomer.
“We saw two decent halves. I also liked the second half, although we scored one goal less. We had a good structure overall and scored well-played goals. That’s why it was a decent performance,” said Schwarz.
Hertha is still in the training camp in Kienbaum up to and including Friday, the second test match is on the program on Saturday. The Berliners play at 4 p.m. at the regional league team SV Babelsberg 03 in the Karl Liebknecht Stadium.