Rotherham United have now finalised their plans for their overseas training camp in Germany and can confirm that one of their two planned fixtures will be played behind-closed-doors.
The Millers had initially made plans to face two German sides in front of the public, but following a change in circumstances at the club of one of their potential opponents, will now only be able to welcome supporters to the fixture against 1. FC Magdeburg.
As previously confirmed, the game against 1. FC Magdeburg will take place at Elm-Stadion, Elmstraße, 38364 Schöningen on Sunday 14th July, kick off 2pm (German time) with admission prices to be confirmed.
Paul Warne’s side will play another fixture earlier in the week on Wednesday 10th July, but this game will now be played behind closed doors.
Both games are now waiting to be sanctioned by the English Football Association and we do not anticipate any further changes.