Bayern, Chelsea teens play in Holocaust memorial tournament


              CORRECTS SPELLING OF NAME TO SHAUL PAUL LADANY INSTEAD OF SHAUL PAUL LADY - Holocaust survivor Shaul Paul Ladany talks to youth players of FC Chelsea in Nuremberg, Germany, Friday, July 29, 2022. Some of Europe's best young soccer players from the under-17 teams of Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Bologna and other international clubs contest the Walther Bensemann Memorial Tournament in Nuremberg, where they also learn the dangers of intolerance by meeting Holocaust survivors, attending workshops and taking part in excursions. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF NAME TO SHAUL PAUL LADANY INSTEAD OF SHAUL PAUL LADY - Holocaust survivor Shaul Paul Ladany talks to youth players of FC Chelsea in Nuremberg, Germany, Friday, July 29, 2022. Some of Europe's best young soccer players from the under-17 teams of Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Bologna and other international clubs contest the Walther Bensemann Memorial Tournament in Nuremberg, where they also learn the dangers of intolerance by meeting Holocaust survivors, attending workshops and taking part in excursions. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF NAME TO SHAUL PAUL LADANY INSTEAD OF SHAUL PAUL LADY - Holocaust survivor Shaul Paul Ladany talks to youth players of FC Chelsea in Nuremberg, Germany, Friday, July 29, 2022. Some of Europe's best young soccer players from the under-17 teams of Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Bologna and other international clubs contest the Walther Bensemann Memorial Tournament in Nuremberg, where they also learn the dangers of intolerance by meeting Holocaust survivors, attending workshops and taking part in excursions. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
            
              CORRECTS SPELLING OF NAME TO SHAUL PAUL LADANY INSTEAD OF SHAUL PAUL LADY - Holocaust survivor Shaul Paul Ladany talks to youth players of FC Chelsea in Nuremberg, Germany, Friday, July 29, 2022. Some of Europe's best young soccer players from the under-17 teams of Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Bologna and other international clubs contest the Walther Bensemann Memorial Tournament in Nuremberg, where they also learn the dangers of intolerance by meeting Holocaust survivors, attending workshops and taking part in excursions. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
            
              Holocaust survivor Ernst Grube talks to youth players of Bayern Munich in Nuremberg, Germany, Friday, July 29, 2022. Some of Europe's best young soccer players from the under-17 teams of Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Bologna and other international clubs contest the Walther Bensemann Memorial Tournament in Nuremberg, where they also learn the dangers of intolerance by meeting Holocaust survivors, attending workshops and taking part in excursions. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
            
              Youth players of Bayern Munich, red jersey, and Makkabi Tel Aviv challenge for the ball in Nuremberg, Germany, Friday, July 29, 2022. Some of Europe's best young soccer players from the under-17 teams of Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Bologna and other international clubs contest the Walther Bensemann Memorial Tournament in Nuremberg, where they also learn the dangers of intolerance by meeting Holocaust survivors, attending workshops and taking part in excursions.(AP Photo/Michael Probst)
            
              A youth players of Bayern Munich throws the ball while members of another team watch in Nuremberg, Germany, Friday, July 29, 2022. Some of Europe's best young soccer players from the under-17 teams of Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Bologna and other international clubs contest the Walther Bensemann Memorial Tournament in Nuremberg, where they also learn the dangers of intolerance by meeting Holocaust survivors, attending workshops and taking part in excursions. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
            
              A youth players of Bayern Munich kicks the ball while members of another team watch in Nuremberg, Germany, Friday, July 29, 2022. Some of Europe's best young soccer players from the under-17 teams of Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Bologna and other international clubs contest the Walther Bensemann Memorial Tournament in Nuremberg, where they also learn the dangers of intolerance by meeting Holocaust survivors, attending workshops and taking part in excursions. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
            
              Holocaust survivor Eva Szepesi talks to youth players of Bayern Munich in Nuremberg, Germany, Friday, July 29, 2022. Some of Europe's best young soccer players from the under-17 teams of Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Bologna and other international clubs contest the Walther Bensemann Memorial Tournament in Nuremberg, where they also learn the dangers of intolerance by meeting Holocaust survivors, attending workshops and taking part in excursions. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
Bayern, Chelsea teens play in Holocaust memorial tournament