Brondby And The Danish FA Are Working Together To Develop ‘Safe’ Pyrotechnic Flares That Burn At Low Temperatures

Chris Wright

21st, December 2016

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Brondby have announced that they have joined forces with the Danish Football Association (DBU) to help develop a flare that is much safer to use in a stadium environment.

Much like everywhere else, it is illegal to set off flares, smoke grenades and/or firecrackers inside Danish football stadiums, though many fan groups still persist in doing so.

With clubs hit with hefty fines every time fireworks are released during matches, Brondby have decided to take matters into their own hands.

As such, the club, with the backing of the DBU, are working with pyrotechnic expert Tommy Cordsen to produce a flare that burns at a much lower temperature than usual, thus making them all but inert and therefore safe to chuck about willy-nilly.

In a statement posted on their official website , Brondby’s security chief Mickel

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