The winner of the World Cup will face Norway in his hometown of Stuttgart on Monday evening, and thanks to his generous donation, he will not lack support. Read “Germany midfielder Sami Khedira buys 1,200 World Cup qualifier tickets for disadvantaged children”
Juventus and Germany midfielder Sami Khedira bought Monday 1,200 tickets for the World Cup qualifier against Norway and donated it to disadvantaged children.
Gentile Khedira, who was part of the German team who won the World Cup in 2014, made the incredible gesture for the match in his hometown of Stuttgart, where he held a charity match two years ago.
Tickets were donated to 15 charitable foundations that support children who are struggling with diseases such as cancer or who are socially disadvantaged.
“We wanted to do something good for the area two years after the charity game,” said Khedira – who left Stuttgart to join Real Madrid in 2010 – and the national team match in Stuttgart on Monday offers the script ideal.
“With the organizational support of my family, we allow young people to attend the game that they could not otherwise do”.
Khedira lost Germany’s 2-1 victory over the Czech Republic in Prague on Friday but was inclined to return to the side against the Norwegians.