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Dynamo Kyiv will play friendlies against Barcelona, ​​Paris Saint-Germain, Borussia Dortmund and AC Milan, among others, for charitable purposes to help victims of Russian aggression in Ukraine


Dynamo Kyiv are set to face Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain, among others, as they seek to raise funds for victims of the Ukraine invasion.

The friendlies are scheduled to take place between April and June and will be part of an attempt to help those in need as attacks on the nation continue.

Dynamo will take many sides to raise funds for the victims of Ukraine

With the Ukrainian Premier League suspended, Kyiv will seek to raise awareness by playing several matches against some of the best teams in European football.

“Thanks to the support of the leaders of our country, Dynamo will take part in an international charity mission – a series of friendly matches with the best clubs in Europe,” read an official statement from the club.

“All these matches will take place under the slogan ‘Match for Peace! Stop the war!’ The purpose of these matches is to inform the international community about the terrible war in Ukraine and to raise funds to support Ukrainians who have suffered from the war with the Russian aggressor.

“All Dynamo friendly matches will be broadcast on Ukrainian and European TV channels. The project will also involve Ukrainian arts stars who will support our club’s charitable mission.

They will face Barcelona, ​​who they faced in the Champions League group stages this year, as well as a clash against French giants PSG.


Dynamo Kyiv will play friendlies against Barcelona, ​​Paris Saint-Germain, Borussia Dortmund and AC Milan, among others, for charitable purposes to help victims of Russian aggression in Ukraine

Ukrainian champions Dynamo Kyiv faced Barcelona in the Champions League earlier this season

Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga, AC Milan in Serie A, Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon and Benfica, Dutch champions Ajax and Steaua Bucharest in Romania are other teams they are likely to face.

Meanwhile, Ukraine national team boss Oleksandr Petrakov has already suggested his side play friendlies against Chelsea and Man United at Wembley as they prepare for their World Cup play-off against Scotland.



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