Bayern Munich Face Mask: Where to buy the official Bayern Munich face mask from? Fans can now get their hands on these stylized masks.
With the Coronavirus pandemic showing no signs of slowing down, face masks have become an essential part of our daily lives now. As is with everything we use on the daily, people have now begun personalizing face masks to reflect who they are.
People are wearing masks that represent their interests, their personalities and maybe even their philosophies. An argument could be made that a football club represents all three of these and more. It should therefore come as no surprise that fans have been lining up to get their hands on face masks from their favourite football clubs.
FC Bayern launch special face masks
FC Bayern have unveiled their officially licenced face masks. It has been designed as a unique item in a campaign that has sustainability in mind. The masks have been made out of scarves by a Bavarian company. The makeshift textile masks are washable at a minimum of 60 degrees and can be used multiple times.
The scarves were originally meant to be given out at the Allianz Arena for the Champions League match against Chelsea to mark the club’s 120th anniversary. This means that no two masks, for both children and adults, are the same.
“It’s a central concern for us to make a positive contribution during the current COVID-19 crisis,” explained Jörg Wacker; the Bayern board member responsible for internationalisation, strategy and merchandising. “In the spirit of sustainability, the material for the FC Bayern scarves will be reused for a good cause. With the production of our masks, we also want to reduce the rush on medical products.”
Where to buy official Bayern Munich face mask from?
The masks are available online on the FC BAYERN STORE. They are available in individual or triple packs. Children’s masks are €5.95 individually or €14.95 for a pack of three while adult masks are €6.95 individually or €17.95 for a pack of three.
All proceeds from the sales will go to ‘WeKickCorona’, an initiative set up by FCB players Joshua Kimmich and Leon Goretzka, with donations helping social and charitable organisations from all areas of society during the coronavirus pandemic.
“We want to demonstrate with this campaign that FC Bayern is doing everything possible to deal with the pandemic in an exemplary and disciplined way,” said CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. “Meanwhile, we’re pleased that we can make a contribution to the marvellous initiative by Joshua Kimmich and Leon Goretzka. This is a great example of how our players recognise their functions as role models in society and are showing solidarity in this crisis.”
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