Updated at 3:50 P.M. ET: The stadium was evacuated after an ambulance packed with explosives was found outside the venue.
The Washington Post and other sources are reporting that a soccer match between the German and Netherlands national teams in Hanover has been canceled and the stadium evacuated 90 minutes before kickoff.
German media is reporting that police received "concrete" information about a bomb threat.
"Dear followers, the game has just been cancelled. Please go home swiftly but without panic," the Hannover police said on their Facebook page. At the stadium, police asked that people evacuate by foot, as all trains moving away from the stadium were stopped. Only a few spectators were inside the stadium when the evacuation was announced.
Agence France-Presse says police called off the game at 49,000-seat HDI Arena because of "security reasons," without elaborating on the specifics.
Whether this has anything to do with anything…well, noboby knows at this point.