My Football Space celebrates tolerance at the Christopher Street Day

Tomorrow tolerance will be celebrated through the Christopher Street Day in Frankfurt!
We celebrate this here in Frankfurt since 1992. The CSD has its origin in New York.
In Christopher Street, on June 27, 1969, a brutal attack on homosexuals by the police takes a different course for the first time. The police have to leave. The rebellion has a media impact and is a symbol of the peaceful fight for recognition and equal rights ever since.

What exactly does this have to do with My Football Space though? We are a Frankfurt-based company and this city does not only stand for banks. Frankfurt and its people are known to be tolerant. Paul Valery, the French philosopher, couldn’t have put it better: “Let’s be enriched by our mutual differences.” That’s what we stand for – so let’s celebrate them together!



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