Greek Schools in Germany Fight Against Stadium Hooliganism in Greece

NUREMBERG, GERMANY – Wearing jerseys of various Greek teams, students of the 1st primary school of Nuremberg and teachers of Greek schools in the German city are participating in the activities of the organization ‘In the name of Alkis’, thus making their contribution to efforts to change the often violent fan culture at sports venues in Greece.

As the organization stated in a post on social media, “the children and teachers wore jerseys of Greek teams and were photographed sending a message in favor of peaceful coexistence and fair play… members from all over the world, you send us your photos daily and we thank you for that! A big thank you to the Munich Satellite for supporting the camp’s actions and sharing the photos with us.”


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