A group of individuals forced one of the metal doors in the south corner and caused “serious damage” by rolling on the lawn.
A group of individuals allegedly entered the El Sardinero stadium this morning after force one of the metal doors in the south corner and with a vehicle, introduced into the field of play, has caused “serious damage” by rolling on the lawn.
According to Efe sources from the Cantabrian club, Racing Santander workers who opened the stadium this morning have seen the damage caused by this “act of vandalism”, which has left “serious marks” on the playing field where Racing has to play a game on Saturday against Unionistas de Salamanca.
The brands mainly affect the area next to the goalkeeper closest to Preferencia Sur. Racing has informed the National Police of these events, which supposedly occurred this morning, although it is unknown who or who have entered the field, but “it seems that they have not stolen anything” more from the stadium, as they have pointed out. sources.
Whoever entered the soccer field forced one of the metal access doors, specifically one located in the south corner of the stadium. Subsequently, with a vehicle they have reached the lawn and have left the marks that have “destroyed” part of the pitch. The sources consulted consider that the sole intention of the perpetrators of these events “would have been to damage the facilities of the Cantabrian complex.”
According to Racing, this “act of vandalism” is a “great detriment” to the club, which had just carried out maintenance work on the lawn. The field maintenance workers have already begun to repair the damage, since this Saturday Racing disputes the fourteenth day of First RFEF Footters against Unionistas de Salamanca CF, at 7:00 p.m.
Reference from elmundo