Honouring Michael Schumacher

Eintracht Frankfurt are taking part in ‘Champions for Charity‘, Germany’s biggest charity match, with current and former players on Wednesday 24 August.

Basketball champion Dirk Nowitzki and Formula 1 driver Mick Schumacher are coming to Deutsche Bank Park on Wednesday 24 August for the ‘Champions for Charity’ football match. Along with four-time Formula 1 world champion and lifelong Eintracht Frankfurt member Sebastian Vettel, FIFA World Cup winner Mats Hummels and many other current and former sporting stars, they’ll play in two all-star teams in honour of Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher.

They will also be able to count on strong support from the Eintracht camp. As well as Europa League winners Kevin Trapp and Martin Hinteregger, German women’s international Laura Freigang will be involved. Karl-Heinz Körbel will take part in ‘Champions for Charity’ for the fourth time, and will be joined by three other players from the legends team in Uwe Bindewald, Rudi Bommer and Ervin Skela. Former captain Pirmin Schwegler is also confirmed.

Proceeds from the match will go to social projects run by the Dirk Nowitzki Foundation and the Schumacher family’s Keep Fighting Foundation. Outside the stadium there will be a fan mile with games, live music and an autograph signing session for attendees in the afternoon. Further details will follow on www.champions-for-charity.de, which is also where the tickets can be purchased at €10 for adults or €7 for concessions.

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