Dinamo Zagreb and Real Betis, just like last week, joined forces to promote environmental sustainability, this time in Croatia.

On the day of the UEFA Europa Conference League Play-off second leg match, delegations from Dinamo and Real Betis, as they did last week, joined forces to promote environmental sustainability and recycling culture, highlighting the “Forever Green” initiative under the auspices of the Real Betis Foundation. This week, Dinamo and its “Nema Predaje” Foundation organized numerous activities. Among them, representatives from the Betis Foundation gave a talk to the young players of Dinamo’s under-17 team at the club’s facilities the day before Wednesday’s match, introducing them to the “Forever Green” initiative and informing them about the fight against climate change. Additionally, Rafael Gordillo, president of the Real Betis Balompié Foundation, and Ivan Kelava, member of the Executive Council of the “Never Give Up” Foundation, symbolically planted two trees in Maksimir Park.

In conclusion, the encounter between Dinamo and Betis will mark the beginning of active participation between both clubs in the intense battle for environmental protection and climate change prevention, primarily through the elimination of single-use plastics. n fact, in the match that night, all fans in the south stand used returnable containers, which is just the beginning of Dinamo Zagreb’s efforts in this noble objective. From Forever Green, we are delighted that the Croatian team has joined our fight for a more sustainable world.

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