Public Viewing in 36

by Sara · 28.06.2012 · Kiez Life · 4 comments

Even though this time Ger­many seems to have a valid chance at grabbing the European Cham­pi­on­ship Cup, it seems as if the foot­ball craze has gone back a step from the heights it reached in 2010. After all, it’s “only” the European finals. Still: many people opt to watch the game with their friends at bars or on the side­walks when the weather allows them to (which, this sum­mer, is cer­tainly not a given).

While we were excited to watch the Ger­man team play against Greece in the quarter finals, we also had a feel­ing that it could be inter­est­ing to see how people in Kreuzberg were actu­ally set up on the streets. So we wandered around Reichen­ber­ger Straße, Orani­en­straße and Skal­itzer Straße and took some pic­tures of the make­shift set ups. Twenty minutes into the game we got too antsy, though, and decided to let go of our ori­ginal plan and head for the nearest spot to sit down and feel the enthu­si­asm that comes with a pop­u­lar sport. Still, we found some inter­est­ing shots. Let’s hope that todays match will be just as successful.


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  1. oh gut, ihr habt einen neuen tiefpunkt eurer content-wahl erreicht…

  2. Jim: Wenn das der schlech­t­este war bin ich ja ehr­lich gesagt ein bis­schen beruhigt…

  3. top fotos!

  4. sara: ohje, warum seid ihr so ultra-transparent geworden?