The stickers come after supporters of an Italian team produced similar images of Frank as a player on their rival team.
Stickers showing a doctored photo of Anne Frank wearing a German soccer team’s jersey appeared in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Lazio fans were encouraged not to attend the match by the club’s “ultras,” or mob-aligned radical fans.
Announcers at soccer stadiums throughout Italy will read Anne Frank’s diary out loud after Lazio fans used her image to mock their rival team.
Fans of Ajax are often called “Jews” in recognition of the large Jewish community that had existed in Amsterdam before the Holocaust.
British soccer clubs have condemned reports about the “Jewish origin” of the Tottenham Hotspurs in Spain
“Berlin is colorful,” the announcer said as the team took a knee. “Hertha BSC stands for diversity and against violence.”
Marco Asensio’s seemingly-innocuous tweet drew nearly 15,000 responses.
Once home to Pele New York is again a formidable force in North American soccer. But who is the best Jewish player ever to play in New York?
“Alvaro, oh, Alvaro, oh. He came from Real Madrid, he hates the f****** Yids.”