FC Bayern Munich Teams Up with Linkin Park to Raise Money for Disaster Relief

FC Bayern Munich teams up with Linkin Park for Music for Relief

By James Pleasant

The FC Bayern Munich soccer team is fusing music, sports and a great cause by teaming up with Linkin Park in a disaster relief effort for the non-profit that the rap-rock band founded, Music for Relief. The Germany-based footballers are offering fans who donate to Music For Relief the chance to win some seriously enticing prizes.

The top prize earns one winner VIP tickets to a home game at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany. The winner and a guest will be flown into Munich round-trip, and treated to a three-night hotel stay as well as food and drinks, so what’s not to like?

The second prize winner will receive a signed comic from the team’s defender, Jerome Boateng. Other donators will be eligible to receive shirts, hoodies and other FC Bayern Munich gear.

To enter, fans simply donate at least $5 to Music for Relief at Prizeo.com. Each $5 donation get fans closer to the top prizes. The sweepstakes closes February 1.

Music For Relief is a non-profit founded by Linkin Park in 2005 dedicated to giving aid and relief to those affected by natural/environmental disasters. The band started it as a response to the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, which devastated Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand and surrounding islands. Since then, Music For Relief has raised more than $8 million for natural disaster survivors.

To learn more about Music For Relief, click here. To sign up for FC Bayern Munich’s prizes, click here.

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