Bayern Munich are going above and beyond to help with the refugee crisis, after announcing plans for a €1m investment in integration projects.
The Bundesliga champions say they will work with the City of Munich authorities and also host a youth academy for the immigrants. The camp would seek to give 'financial, material and practical assistance' and will supply them with food along with giving them German language classes.
A kind gesture by a big club who will also use their next match against Augsburg to issue a firm statement by using two mascots per player; one German and one a refugee.
The club's president Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has said:
Bayern sees it as its social responsibility to help refugees, needy children, women and men, and to accompany them in Germany.
Closer to home, our own Bohemians have unveiled a poignant mural outside Dalymount Park.