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St. Pauli has reached out to fans on fifa 16 coins Twitter

Sep 5th 2015 at 7:26 PM

The team intends to invite fans "to meet these people to get to know them and thus experience a culture of welcome." Additionally, St. Pauli has reached out to fans on fifa 16 coins Twitter, asking them to bring toiletries for donation.St. Pauli supporters have traditionally been involved in left-wing politics and have been fierce opponents of fascism in Germany.

The Hamburg-based club isn't the only German team doing something about the refugee crisis. Bayern Munich is going to donate $1.11 million to help refugees and is planning a training camp for displaced people."FC Bayern sees it as its social responsibility to help those fleeing and suffering children, women and men, to support them and accompany them in Germany," said the club's chief executive, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, in a statement. Munich train station has become one of the main points of entry for refugees entering Germany.In English soccer, Aston Villa plan to send a message supporting refugees during their televised match at Leicester City on Sept. 13. Other Supporters in England are using the hashtag RefugeesWelcome on Twitter in the hopes of getting as many welcoming banners in stadiums on the Sept. 12 as possible.
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