BVB denies charity game against Dynamo Kyiv
Football Bundesligaist Borussia Dortmund denies on April 26 against the Ukrainian flagging club Dynamo Kyiv a charity game in the Signal Iduna Park Signal.
“We are at the side of the Ukrainians, together with the BVB family, have already brought many tons of relief supplies into the country and would now also want to collect money,” said BVB-Boss Hans-Joachim Watzke. On February 24, Russian troops were invaded Ukraine.
The pure proceeds of the charity game will benefit an organization, “which we just choose carefully and ensure that Ukrainians will be immediately helped in need. For this we are as BVB,” Emphasized Managing Director Carsten Cramer.
The game takes place three days after the hit game at Meister Bayern Munich. “But even if there were three days before this game, we would definitely have been on the lawn. Nothing is currently more important than to be together for peace and to help Ukrainians in times of this humanitarian catastrophe,” said Dortmund’s coach Marco Rose.
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Borussia had been informed on Thursday night with Dynamo on the discharge of the encounter. The team as well as the coach and caregiver staff of the Ukrainian top club will be invited to Dortmund.
Currently, BVB talks to the European Football Union (UEFA), as it is an international game date, over the kick-off time.