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GERMAN 2. BUNDESLIGA

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
14 Erzgebirge 1 1 3 4
15 SSV Jahn Reg 1 1 3 4
16 1. FC Magdeb 0 3 2 3
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German minister Thomas De Maiziere: Lock up violent football fans

Police lined the pitch after 1860 Munich fans hurled seats onto the pitch.

German minister of the interior Thomas De Maiziere has said football fans who attack police or stewards "should be locked up."

De Maiziere, 63, made the remarks after a season marred by several outbreaks of violence both inside and outside grounds.

On Monday, Eintracht Braunschweig supporters invaded the pitch after their team failed to win promotion to the Bundesliga in a playoff against Wolfsburg.

The following day, 1860 Munich fans threw seats onto the pitch at the Allianz Arena as their team...

1860 Munich relegated to German third tier, sparking ugly scenes

Police lined the pitch as 1860 Munich were relegated to the third division.

Former Bundesliga champions 1860 Munich were relegated from Germany's second tier on Tuesday in a game held up for 15 minutes toward the end because of violence among angry fans.

1860 lost the second leg of their relegation/promotion playoff 2-0 at home to Bavarian rivals Jahn Regensburg, who finished third in the third division and secured second-tier football with a 3-1 aggregate win.

Jahn gained promotion at the first attempt, a season after their promotion from the fourth tier.

Kolja Pusch...