Both of the biggest football club of the Bavarian capital have reacted to yesterday’s, July 22, 2016 shooting in front of and in the OEZ shopping mall. In a press release issued this morning the FC Bayern said:
“The victims, their families and their friends are in the thoughts of the FC Bayern family after Friday's terror attack in a Munich shopping centre. “We are horrified by this despicable act,” said FC Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. “Our thoughts are with all the victims and their families.”
Before today's friendly between FC Bayern and SpVgg Landshut at 17.30 CET there will be a minute's silence in tribute to the victims of the attacks. Both teams will wear black armbands.”
Meanwhile, the TSV 1860 Munich has decided to cancel a fan celebration set for tomorrow, Sunday, July 24.