German youth soccer teams thrive on cultural diversity
24 September 2018 | 2:59 pm
Many of the youth soccer teams in Germany have players with immigration backgrounds. Even though they have spent their lives in Germany and contribute significantly to their teams' success, they are often viewed as different. DW visits one team.
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