TSV 1860 Munich travels to SV Heimstetten for the first test match of the new season. We accompany the game of lions in the live tape.
- SV Heimstetten – TSV 1860 Munich -: – (- :-), Wednesday, 6 p.m.
- TSV 1860 prepares for the season.
- In the first test match, the Lions are guests at Heimstetten. Watch the game in our live bar.
Heimstetten – to a new one. After a missed promotion on the last day of the previous season, TSV 1860 Munich makes a new attempt. The big dream remains: promotion to the second Bundesliga. Preparations for the new season have begun. Lions in the first test match In the regional league club SV Heimstetten * to the guest. The game has been sold with 500 fans. We report the game in live tick.
TSV 1860 at SV Heimstetten live tape: first test match before training camp
The summer preparation for TSV 1860 has now already begun. After the test match against Heimstetten, the training camp in Windischgarsten in Upper Austria will spend six days on Thursday. Test matches against SV Ried will take place there on Friday and against Austria Klagenfurt on Tuesday. The test against Wacker Burghausen at the training ground in Giesing will follow on July 11.
Without four players, the Lion’s Train travels to Windischgarsten. Coach Michael Kollner has to dispense with Marius Welch (pubic osteitis), Daniel Wein (Achilles tendon irritation), Fabian Grelinger (syndromic ligament rupture) and Milos Kokic (ligament rupture). On the other hand, the courteous Dennis Dressel should be there*, as sporting director Gunter Gorenzel explains: “Dennis could become an absolute character to identify with us. I suppose it’s over.”
TSV 1860 at SV Heimstetten in live broadcast tape: the new arrivals in the test
The Lions want to gain self-confidence for the sweat-filled training camp against Heimstetten. The focus for the first game is on the three newcomers Kevin Gooden, Yannick Deschmann and Marcel Barr. The 22-year-old had the last contract with 1. FC Nürnberg and is set to be on the right side. The 29-year-old striker Beer is from Eintracht Braunschweig and played 30 matches with four goals last season in the second division. The 26-year-old midfielder Deschmann last played for league rival Lübeck and scored eight goals in 37 games there last season.
“The new additions expand our capabilities,” Kollner said on Tuesday. “We’ve already set some priorities in the past few days, of course I want to see that.” Standards should be improved next season. “We’ll have more offensive set pieces against Heimstetten, I hope at least,” Kollner said with a smile. (ck) * Merkur.de and tz.de are two offers from IPPEN.MEDIA