From the Signal Iduna Park, ZDF will report live from 17.40. Katrin Müller-Hohenstein welcomes “Sports Studio Live”, commented on the encounter between the BVB and Kyiv of Oliver Schmidt. Being is at 18 o’clock. In the further course of the evening, the following ZDF broadcasts will pick up various aspects of war in Ukraine.
Last week, BVB had already called on to attend the game against Dynamo Kyiv. “We ask you all, whether you support BVB or another team, whether you are football fan or not – please buy a ticket for our charity game against Dynamo Kyiv,” says Managing Director Carsten Cramer. “Let us put together a worldwide, solidary sign against the war and for peace in Europe. And, above all, let us help people on site.”
“Football is the most beautiful minor matter in the world,” says BVB-Boss Hans-Joachim Watzke. “But there are things that are so much more important. Peace, health, home, education. In the middle of Europe, all this is no matters anymore. And that hurts very much. We are at the side of the Ukrainians, together with the BVB Family already brought many tons of relief supplies into the country and would now also want to collect money. “
Incidentally, the top match between Bayern and Dortmund in the Bundesliga three days earlier. And on the evening of the charity gambling there is even more football to see – a Champions League semi-final goes over the stage. Which it will be, is not yet known.