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Bayern Munich sold masks in the colors of their own club with all proceeds going to charity

Bayern Munich sold masks in the colors of their own club with all proceeds going to charity

Jack To Do
Jack To Do

It is time to get a mask. Because of that Bayern Munich sold masks at the colors of the owners club. In the previous 24 hours, the German Bundesliga winners have offered 100,000 masks keeping with the club’s reddish color. On the other hand, the Bavarians didn’t market masks such as jerseys to their financial advantage.

The Bayern mask sold for children for 5.95 euros. And for adults, each mask is priced at 7.95 euros.

Bayern sold masks to team fans as part of a strategy by Allianz Arena celebrities Joshua Kimich and Leon Goetz. All profits from the sale of this mask are going to be contributed to firms battling the coronavirus.

The masks are manufactured from Bayern scarves. The scarves were intended to be distributed throughout the next leg against Chelsea in the Champions League.

Jack To Do

Jack is Andorra CF official website editor. Having written for a number of magazines and websites, there's no aspect of soccer news and great predictor.