Live on March 12 th, Frankfurt Club successfully appealed, and fans can go to Naples to watch the Champions League away game. However, Naples officials said that this may lead to riots among fans.
During the first leg of the two teams, some Naples fans were beaten by Frankfurt fans in Germany. For safety reasons, the Interior Ministry of Naples announced that it is forbidden to sell tickets to visiting fans in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-final match between Naples and Frankfurt at home next week. However, the Frankfurt Club immediately appealed this and successfully won the appeal, so Frankfurt fans can buy tickets and enter the stadium to watch the game.
The Napoli club issued an official statement saying: "Naples is deeply worried about the decision to allow German fans to enter the Champions League on March 15th. As previously emphasized by the Sports Events Analysis Committee of the Ministry of the Interior, our concern stems from the possibility of fan riots. The Campania Regional Administrative Court made this judgment, so they will be responsible for what may happen. "