A language spoken by millions around the globe, football brings people together as one, a fact reflected by the clubs and organisations who last year took it upon themselves to offer their support to refugees. Their selfless initiatives earned them the FIFA Fair Play Award for 2015, which was taken on their behalf at January’s FIFA Ballon d’Or Gala by Gerald Asamoah, the Ghanaian-born former Germany international.
Emphasizing the skill to reinforce bonds of football, Asamoah said: "Football unifies us! Wherever you come from, it is possible to forget your troubles for some time by just playing our sport."
A good example of that are available in Lebanon, where many Armenians have not been unable to settle right into a society known because of its diversity, thanks in part. Though the Armenian community in the state has its customs and conventions, over the previous couple of decades the sport has enabled them to earn a place in the hearts of Lebanese folks.
That presence was higher than those brought by many of the nation's premier league matches.
He included: "Homenmen and Homenetmen draw on players in the Armenian community, though lots of them play with other teams. They have made an enormous contribution because they have shown their ability, both at club and international level."
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