When in Hamburg yesterday, we suddenly found our underground train "raided" by masses of Turkish football (soccer) fans who did nothing but storm in, make a huge racket, and get off again to continue celebrating (not knowing they'd lose the match ...) on the platform. Heike and Andreas were quite frightened, as were the two boys on our car, and supposedly also some others, but all in all they were quite harmless, only were they making an awful lot of noise. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Relief! It's over! Phew! 7. 8. Later we saw droves of fans emerging from the metro station at Landungsbrücken (those who were at the meet-up know that station, though we left from the underground station - which is the ELEVATED train in that stretch!!!), all walking the distance to Heiliggeistfeld, where there were several huge screens put up for fans to watch the match - well, those screens will stay until the end of the championship, of course. 9. And just to complete the picture, a photo taken from the top of the tower of St. Michaelis Church over to Heiliggeistfeld, where the colour red shows you where the fans are gathered (this photo is larger and framed because I've shown it elsewhere before) 10.