Following several travel restrictions in Ligue 1 and the Europa League conference, Marseille fans must travel to Rotterdam on Thursday for their match against Feyenoord. Om benefited from the quota of 2,000 seats.
Olympian supporters are reuniting with European tours. OM secured 2,000 parking spots for their trip to Feyenoord this Thursday in the first leg of the Europa League conference. The initial agreement with the Rotterdam club was for a thousand places, eventually well negotiated by the Marseille leaders.
The first trip to the Europa League conference.
Banned traveling to Rome against Lazio and Istanbul against Galatasaray in the Europa League, then to Basel or Thessaloniki against PAOK in C4, Marseille fans would eventually be able to support their team in the European Cup. A trip that must be closely monitored and supervised, in order to avoid overflow with Feyenoord supporters who are not the most tender.
To avoid any confrontation between the two groups, the trip to Rotterdam held at the last minute should be of short duration. OM supporters would thus arrive at the site by bus on match day, and would then be directed to a fanzone in the city center under the supervision of club stewards and local police. So they will be able to afford their first trip to the Europa League conference, under specific circumstances.
a first foot away
Until now, Marseille had systematically played the first leg at home, often clashing with supporters arriving during the match, which prompted the French or local police to advise or even advise against the movement of OM supporters during the match. forced to impose restrictions. Return. OM is playing his first leg away from home this time, so he faces a lesser penalty in relation to potential violence at the velodrome.