Bayern Munich are set to give back to the community as they are embarking on a project to set up training camps that would teach skills and the German language to Refugees from war-torn countries.
Bayern Munich are going to be working with state authorities to deliver support to migrants from war-torn countries in Germany according to Karl-Henize Rummennigge. Bayern Munich began their aid process by donating 1 million Euros to Refugee integration causes before committing to set up a camp. The camo would house football facilities and language acquisition material and staff as well as provide food for the immigrants. ‘Bayern sees it as its social responsibility to help refugees, needy children, women and men, and to accompany them in Germany,’ said chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
German teams are beginning to develop a sense of responsibility and it is good for European and indeed world football, a few days ago, Borussia Dortmund invited 220 migrants to their Europa league clash for free.