When Atletico Madrid and Barcelona come head to head on Saturday evening in a clash which could kick of a proper league challenge between the two.
Atletico Madrid famously won La Liga back in 2014 when they drew 1-1 with the Spanish Champions in the Camp Nou thanks to a goal from Diego Godin just after half time.
And when the two meet on Saturday evening at the Vicente Calderon, Diego Simeone will be hoping his side can steal the three points to mount a serious league challenge to last season’s winners.
The match is sure to be watched by millions across the globe and both sides have decided that it is the perfect opportunity to show their support to the ongoing refugee crisis across Europe and the Middle East at the moment.
— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) September 10, 2015
The gesture follow’s Real Madrid’s 1 million Euro donation to help the refugees find asylum as well as every Champions League club opting to donate a percentage of their first home tie receipts in the group stage.