This will be the biggest celebration of the year: Eintracht Frankfurt returns to Frankfurt with its Europa League victory and the whole city celebrates. The reception clock broadcasts the reception live on Thursday.
It is Eintracht Frankfurt’s biggest success after winning the European Cup in 1980, and now what is the biggest celebration of the year awaits football players and their fans. After his success over Glasgow Rangers, Eintracht is expected to return to Frankfurt on Thursday afternoon – and then be celebrated.
The clock has been on the front desk from the start. From 5:55 pm to 9 pm, Eintracht fans will not miss a thing. In the live broadcast on hessenschau.de and on hr-fernsehen you can watch the team’s reception, from the arrival at the airport to a planned car parade in the city center to the celebration in Kaisersaal and at the Römerbal Balcony.
Preparing planned reports on hr TV in detail
5:55 PM to 7:30 PM, “The house game is extra!” Welcome to Eintracht Frankfurt
7:30 pm to 8:00 pm, special edition of “Hessenschau” to receive Eintracht Frankfurt
8:00 PM to 9:00 PM, “Extra Home Match!” Welcome to Eintracht Frankfurt
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Players, support staff and Eintracht Frankfurt officials will land at Frankfurt Airport around 6pm. A long procession of the entire Eintracht team was planned from the airport through the city center with thousands upon thousands of fans expected in the streets, squares and last but not least in Römerberg.
Highlight: Presentation of the Trophy in Römerberg
The record also includes a ceremonial tribute to the team at the Kaisersaal at City Hall, where the team can sign the Frankfurt Golden Book. The highlight is the traditional display of the team and the cup on the Roman balcony. Together with the fans in Römerberg, the footballers can celebrate their second European Cup win.
HR plans to use multiple cameras. The Eintracht convoy route from landing in Frankfurt to Römer will be closely accompanied by a helicopter and four motorbikes, among others. Ralph Schulte moderates the special broadcast, and Florian Nass comments on events surrounding the reception. Reporters Marcus Philip and Sebastian Reith will be right in the middle of it, including during the planned parade, as well as reporter Janine Helbmann with fans in Römerberg.