Judge agrees Ajax in case against municipality of The Hague from 2019 | NOW


On Tuesday, the court ruled in favor of Ajax in the objection against the decision of the municipality of The Hague not to allow away supporters in the game with ADO Den Haag in January 2019.

In the run-up to the match two years ago, which Ajax won 1-5, mayor Pauline Krikke decided again not to allow Ajax fans into the Cars Jeans Stadium. Ajax lodged an objection to that decision.

“This judgment confirms that it is a decision of the mayor and that the home club or away supporters are not admitted”, Ajax reports in a statement about the decision of the judge.

“In addition, the ruling confirms that the away club and its supporters can then appeal to the court against a decision not to allow away supporters in the stadium. That is important for Ajax, because the club has been committed to this for quite some time. Ajax players can take their place in the ADO branch again. “

The Municipality of The Hague will have the opportunity to appeal against the court’s decision. There is six weeks for that.

Matches between Ajax and ADO Den Haag have been played without away supporters since 2006. The ban was supposed to apply for five years at the time, but has been extended each time for fear of irregularities.

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Source: NU by www.nu.nl.

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