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Oliver Kahn und Herbert Hainer haben sich im Rahmen der USA-Reise des FC Bayern für Gleichstellung stark gemacht.

‘Stop the Hate’: FC Bayern Munich fights for equality and against exclusion during a trip to the USA

Bayern Munich campaigned for equality during their trip to the USA and took a stand against exclusion of any kind. “We have a responsibility to stimulate discussions about hate and how we can stop it together in our sport and ultimately in society,” Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer said Thursday (local time) at an event at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. in Washington. This happened as part of the Munich “Red Against Racism” initiative.


During a panel discussion, executives and top active and former athletes described their experiences with hate and exclusion. They showed how everyone can fight for social justice in sport and in all areas of society.

“During my professional days in the Bundesliga, I’ve seen calls against foreign players coming from the stands, but racism in our society is often not immediately recognizable,” said Oliver Kahn, Munich CEO and former world goalkeeper.

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