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Kevin-Prince Boateng has to go into relegation with Hertha.

The regular football season in the top two German leagues is over. Hertha BSC and Hamburger SV are fighting in the relegation for the last remaining Bundesliga place. Date, dates, broadcast on TV and live stream – SPOX provides you with the most important information about the two relegation games.

After 34 matchdays in the Bundesliga and the 2nd Bundesliga, the two teams that are fighting for the 18th and last remaining ticket for the top German division in the relegation are certain: As 16th in the Bundesliga, Hertha BSC has to face the third in the 2. Bundesliga, Hamburger SV, in two games.

Both the participation of Hertha and Hamburg in the relegation only became known on the last day of the game. It was particularly dramatic in the Bundesliga: Hertha was so close to staying up in the league most of the time. Because Wataru Endo in the parallel game between VfB Stuttgart and 1. FC Köln only scored the 2-1 winner in the second minute of added time in favor of Stuttgart, who lost their game against Borussia Dortmund 1-2, the team had to by coach Felix Magath but still in the relegation. In the 2nd division, HSV won its season finale against Hansa Rostock 3-2.

Hertha BSC vs. HSV, relegation to the Bundesliga: date, dates

While a total of 33 first and second division clubs are getting a well-deserved break after a long season, Hertha BSC and HSV are happily continuing. The first leg of the relegation will be completed next week. More precisely on Thursday, May 19th. The game will be played in the Berlin Olympic Stadium, with kick-off at 8:30 p.m.

The second leg then takes place a few days later on Monday (May 23) in the Volksparkstadion in Hamburg. The second leg will also kick off at 8:30 p.m.

date kick-off home away round
Thu, May 19, 2022 8.30 p.m Hertha BSC Hamburger SV first leg
Mon, May 23, 2022 8.30 p.m Hamburger SV Hertha BSC second leg

Hertha BSC vs. HSV, relegation to the Bundesliga: broadcast on TV and live stream

Both games will be broadcast on both free TV and pay TV. At the same time, both providers will also offer a live stream.

Hertha BSC vs. HSV, relegation to the Bundesliga: broadcast on free TV

The transmission on free-to-air television takes care of SAT 1. The private broadcaster will broadcast both games at 7:30 p.m. and provide viewers with detailed preliminary reports on the game.

Hertha BSC vs. HSV, relegation to the Bundesliga: broadcast on pay TV

The games are then available on pay TV sky to see. During the regular season, the broadcaster was already responsible for the majority of Bundesliga and all second division games. You can see the first leg on the channels Sky Sport Bundesliga UHD and Sky Sport Bundesliga 1 (HD). Pre-reporting begins half an hour before kick-off.

Hertha BSC vs. HSV, relegation to the Bundesliga: Live stream broadcast

What the two providers broadcast on free TV or pay TV, they also offer in parallel in their live streams. To view the live stream from sky to be able to use will be either a SkyGo-Subscription or a SkyTicket needed.

For the live stream on however, no payments and no subscription are required. You get access to this completely free of charge. The games can also help with this JOYN+ and track live.

Bundesliga, relegation: The results of the past ten years

In the last ten Bundesliga relegations, the Bundesliga team has won eight times, the second division team has only triumphed twice.

Starting this season, the away goals rule will no longer be used to determine the winner in the event of a tie after 180 minutes. If Hertha BSC vs. HSV is still tied after regular playing time in the second leg, overtime will be played first, before a penalty shoot-out decides if the score is tied again.

Year Bundesliga club overall result second division first leg second leg
2012 Hertha BSC 3:4 Fortuna Dusseldorf 1:2 2:2
2013 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 5:2 1 FC Kaiserslautern 3:1 2:1
2014 Hamburger SV 1:1 (a) SpVgg Greuther Furth 0:0 1:1
2015 Hamburger SV 3:2 Karlsruhe SC 1:1 2:1 a.e.t.
2016 Eintracht Frankfurt 2:1 1. FC Nuremberg 1:1 1:0
2017 VfL Wolfsburg 2-0 Eintracht Braunschweig 1:0 1:0
2018 VfL Wolfsburg 4:1 Holstein Kiel 3:1 1:0
2019 VfB Stuttgart 2:2 (a) 1.FC Union Berlin 2:2 0:0
2020 Werder Bremen 2:2 (a) 1.FC Heidenheim 0:0 2:2
2021 1. FC Cologne 5:2 Holstein Kiel 0:1 5:1