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FC Zurich have been exercising their social responsibilities for several years through the club’s active involvement in a broad range of social projects. Especially the integration of people with different geographic as well as social backgrounds has been a matter of great importance to FC Zurich. In light of the current immigration of refugees to Switzerland and all of Europe, FC Zurich – together with its “Südkurve” supporters – would like to contribute to the integration of these people.

As of now, FC Zurich invite asylum seekers and refugees to all home games at the Letzigrund Stadium. Tickets for sectors D27 to D31 as well as for sectors A1 and A2 are available upon presentation of an N, F or B Refugee Permit at cash desk 5 situated on Badenerstrasse.

Furthermore, we have invited a dozen children from refugee families to take part in the FC Zurich Kids Camp at the Heerenschürli sports facilities this week. The girls and boys between 7 and 12 years of age participate in all training sessions and competitions from Monday through Friday.

We would like to express our thanks to the representatives of the “Südkurve” supporters and the Zurich-based AOZ organization for their valuable collaboration.

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