A lot of European clubs are beginning to get involved with humanitarian efforts especially to refugees from war-torn countries and Celtic are not left out.
Celtic would be hosting 30th Anniversary of the Jock Stein Charity clash and the match will be between Celtic Legends and Dunfermline on Sunday. Celtic announced that all the proceeds of the match to international aid agencies to help immigrants around the world. The club’s chairman had described the crisis around Europe and the world as horrific before stating Celtic’s desire to help. ‘Having seen the effects of this humanitarian crisis unfold in recent days, we felt as a club we should help in any way we can,’ he explained. Celtic also announce on their website, their intention to do more to aid refugees across the world as much as possible.
This is coming after Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund had taken steps to aid Immigrants in and around Germany as they aim to give back through football.