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Entertainment 3. League with commemorative minute and donation call

20:19  22 july  2021
20:19  22 july  2021 Source:   sport1.de

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The teams of the 3rd league will be closed at the weekend with funeral flor for the victims of the flood catastrophe.

3. Liga mit Gedenkminute und Spendenaufruf © Provided by sport1.de 3. League with commemorative minute and donation call

The teams of the 3rd league will be closed at the weekend with funeral flor for the victims of the flood disaster.

As the German Football Bund (DFB) announced on Thursday, it is also called to donate under the Hashtag # 3Liga. Before all games a commemorative minute is scheduled.

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, among other things, helps Germany, the alliance of German aid organizations can be donated.

Another possibility is the immediate aid fund of the German Olympic Sports Federation (DOSB), which supports flood-damaged sports clubs.

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The season's opening game planned for Friday between the VfL Osnabrück and the MSV Duisburg had discontinued the DFB on Thursday because of the Corona quarantine of the guests.

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