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    Champions League participants unite to help small clubs – News Feed – Germany – Abroad

    In order to support the smallest teams, the German teams involved in the Champions League, namely Bayern Munich, Dortmund, Leipzig and Leverkusen, have teamed up to create a solidarity fund to the tune of 20 million euros with a view to limit the financial repercussions for the rest of the First and Second Divisions clubs. “This initiative shows that solidarity goes beyond mere promises in the Bundesliga as in Bundesliga 2, reacted the spokesman of the German Football League (DFL) Christian Seifert in a press release, the executive committee of the League is very grateful to the four participants in the Champions League for their gesture towards our community. ”

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