Real Madrid have announced they will donate €1 Million to refugees that have been taken in by Spain.
The Spanish giants are the second club to make a contribution towards the cause, after Bayern Munich announced they will also donate €1m to help refugees heading into Germany.
A club statement read: "Real Madrid has announced that it will donate €1million to aid refugees that are taken in by Spain.
"Faithful to its commitment to charity, the club has taken this decision with the aim of supporting men, women and children who have been forced to leave their homes in order to flee from war and death.
"The president of Real Madrid, Florentino Perez, spoke yesterday by phone with the president of the [Spanish] government, Mariano Rajoy. The pair talked about this contribution and other measures that the club will put in place in order to collaborate with the care of refugees that arrive in Spain.
"Among these measures, the club is considering various initiatives and schemes with a special focus placed on the youngest refugees. It will also make some of the club's infrastructure and sports goods available to the Executive's interministerial commission that organises the system for receiving refugees."