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Borussia Mönchengladbach fans print cardboard cutouts of themselves for games played behind closed doors
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VIDEO: Borussia Mönchengladbach fans print cardboard cutouts of themselves for games played behind closed doors

Scheme to populate the stands if the Bundesliga continues without attendances.

❌ No fans? No problem for Borussia Monchengladbach! @borussia_en pic.twitter.com/fRiZQOVWJr

— RT Sport (@RTSportNews) April 14, 2020

Borussia Mönchengladbach have invited fans to have a cardboard cutout of themselves placed in the stadium in case future games are played behind closed doors.

For a small fee of 19 euros, plus a 2.50 euro contribution to the fan group organising the setup and a donation to the ‘Borussia help Borussia’ charitable programme, supporters can have a life-sized photo in the stands.

Borussia Monchengladbach fans have paid for cardboard cutouts of themselves to fill the stadium if Bundesliga matches resume behind closed doors.

Some 2,000 are already in place with at least another 6,000 on the way 👏 pic.twitter.com/vvPHzW02KJ

— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) April 25, 2020

Borussia Moenchengladbach supporters in Germany are sustaining their club by buying cardboard characters that will be displayed at the stadium, should the team continue with closed-door matches.

(📷: Christian Verheyen/Getty) pic.twitter.com/gTK4UNLk0a

— WegENT (@WegrynENT) April 28, 2020

The German Bundesliga club’s Borussia-Park is quickly filling up with cardboard fans after the scheme was overwhelmed with applications with over 8000 already inside.

The top German leagues could be set for a return with a decision due in May on whether so-called ‘ghost games’ can be played with a maximum of 213 people in the stadium.

Hinchas del Borussia Mönchengladbach han pagado para hacer figuras de cartón de si mismos en caso la Bundesliga retorne a puertas cerradas. pic.twitter.com/zXwt5Eq7rg

— Nicole (@nicolesotelor) April 25, 2020