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Fans protest against investor participation in the DFL.

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Fans protest against investor participation in the DFL.

Players from VfB Stuttgart collect tennis balls in the game against Dortmund. (Jan-Philipp Strobel/dpa)

The fan protests have been going on for a few weeks. But this week they were the biggest: the fans in the stadiums threw tennis balls or chocolate coins onto the playing field, for example. Many of the games were therefore interrupted for a long time.

The fans are protesting with their actions against the German football league DLF. The DLF organizes the Bundesliga. And the DLF has decided: companies can participate in the DLF with their money. For example, the DLF wants to use the money to create its own website that will show football games.

Many fans think this is bad. They say: The companies usually want different things than the fans. For example, they want there to be more games during the week. But then it is more difficult for fans to travel to away games in the evening. Because the fans have to go back to work the next morning.

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