"Champions for Charity" in live stream: Watch charity football match on the Internet
"Champions for Charity" live streaming in 2019: This is how you can watch the charity football match live on the Internet
"Champions for Charity" in live stream: On Sunday, the charity football match "Champions for Charity" will take place in Leverkusen, where Dirk Nowitzki and Mick Schumacher will once again compete against each other. This is how you watch the game live on the Internet.
Basketball legend Dirk Nowitzki and Mick Schumacher compete again in a charity football match in honor of Michael Schumacher. Nowitzki plays in the third edition of the charity event "Champions for Charity" on July 21 in the BayArena of Leverkusen against a team around Schumacher's son Mick. The proceeds will benefit the Dirk Nowitzki Foundation and the Keep Fighting Initiative of the Schumacher family.
Sport1 transfers the benefit football game 6:00 pm live on TV and in the stream.
"Champions for Charity": Nowitzki is looking forward to the charity game
The "Nowitzki All Stars" as well as "Schumacher & Friends" have already received pledges from former football internationals Simon Rolfes and Stefan Kießling. In addition, other former and current top players from Bundesliga club Bayer 04 Leverkusen are expected, such as Jens Nowotny, Ulf Kirsten or Hans Sarpei.
Ski jumping legend Sven Hannawald, artistic gymnast Fabian Hambüchen and Olympic weightlifting champion Matthias Steiner will also participate.
"I'm looking forward to returning to Germany in the summer and having a great football event with the fans and many athletes," said 40-year-old Nowitzki, who ended his career at NBA club Dallas Mavericks. "In basketball he has set absolute records, but at our charity football game threatens him again a defeat, because my team and I will be highly motivated," said the 20-year Formula 2 driver Mick Schumacher.
Schumacher's father was Formula One World Champion seven times. Since a skiing accident in December 2013, the motorsport icon has been shielded from the public eye.
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