Sport1 also shows Werder – HSV live

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Sport1 has concretized its plans for the second division comeback in a good two weeks. But other live games are also known.

Presenter Ruth Hofmann and commentator Markus Höhner will be in action for Sport1 in the top games of the 2nd Bundesliga in the coming season. On the expert side, Peter Neururer and Olaf Thon are among them. That gave TV transmitter known on Wednesday.

On July 24th, Sport1 will show the north duel between Werder Bremen and Hannover 96 in the Weserstadion. A week later, the game Fortuna Düsseldorf against Werder Bremen follows (DIGITAL TELEVISION reported). The station will broadcast 33 top games, mostly on Saturday evenings.

On July 25th and August 1st there will also be a Sport1 football talk especially for the second division live on Sunday mornings from 11 a.m. – on the traditional “Doppelpass” program slot. Hartwig Thöne will take over the moderation.

Sport1 shows these second division games live

After the aforementioned Werder double at the beginning of the season, Bremen can also be seen in the derby with HSV, among other things. But Sport1 also shows other attractive games such as Schalke – Düsseldorf and Rostock – Dresden live. Here is an overview up to the 8th matchday:

July 24: Werder Bremen – Hannover 96
July 31: Fortuna Düsseldorf – Werder Bremen
August 14: Dynamo Dresden – Hannover 96
August 21: Hansa Rostock – Dynamo Dresden
August 28: FC Schalke 04 – Fortuna Düsseldorf
September 11: Hamburger SV – SV Sandhausen
September 18: Werder Bremen – Hamburger SV
September 25: Hansa Rostock – FC Schalke 04

Kick-off is on Saturdays at 8.30 p.m. In addition to Sport1, Sky also shows the matches live on pay TV.


Source: DIGITAL FERNSEHEN by www.digitalfernsehen.de.

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