The control board of the German Football Association (DFB) will launch an investigation against second division club Hansa Rostock.
The DFB revealed this on Monday.

Reportage
A number of banner with prejudiced messages were displayed in the Rostock follower block throughout the game on Sunday against FC St. Pauli (2-0).
On a banner, the stating Gays don’t obtain children was to be reviewed, on another banner with the imprint Lichtenhagen, an organization of xenophobic assaults on the supposed sunflower home in Rostock-Lichtenhagen, a recording factor for asylum seekers thirty years earlier
the DFB said.

The DFB has currently asked the association for a statement.
After that, the additional treatment is reviewed.