The Bundesliga will commemorate the victims of the tragedy in Berlin with a minute’s silence at all matches held on Tuesday and Wednesday. The players will also wear black armbands.
“In this way, we want to express our solidarity with the victims’ families as well as the citizens of our capital city,” said DFL president Dr. Reinhard Rauball. “The thoughts of professional football go out to the families of those who were killed as well as the numerous people who were injured, whom we wish a speedy and full recovery. We are all deeply shocked by what happened on Monday evening at a peaceful Christmas market.”
Bundesliga clubs and players have taken to social media to express their deepest sympathies for victims.
* I'm speechless. My thoughts are with the relatives and families of the victims of this tragedy in my hometown. #PrayForBerlin
* Our thoughts are with #Berlin. Our compassion for the victims, relatives and the emergency services at #Breitscheidsplatz.
* Stunned: Our thoughts are with the victims, their families and relatives! #Berlin
We're speechless - our thoughts go out to the victims and everyone affected by the #Berlin desaster.— Eintracht Frankfurt (@eintracht_eng) December 20, 2016
* Dirk #Zingler: "The fact that people are losing their lives violently leaves us shocked. We mourn the victims" #breitscheidplatz
* Shocked, sad and bewildered: Our thoughts and compassion are in #Berlin with all the victims and their relatives. #Breitscheidplatz
Heute ist Spieltag, aber kein Feiertag. Wir trauern mit den Opfern von #Berlin und sind in Gedanken bei ihren Angehörigen und Freunden.— Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) December 20, 2016
* Today is game day, but not a day of celebration. We mourn with the victims of Berlin and our thoughts are with their relatives and friends.
* #FCA is thinking of the victims of #Berlin and their relatives. Stay strong!
* We mourn the victims in the capital and our thoughts are with their families. #Berlin #Breitscheidplatz
* Sad and speechless. My deep compassion to all victims and relatives. #Berlin
* With our thoughts in the capital: Our deep compassion for the victims, families and relatives. #Breitscheidsplatz #prayforberlin
We mourn for the victims in Berlin and our thoughts are with their loved ones.❤— Bayer 04 Leverkusen (@bayer04_en) December 19, 2016
Wishing much strength to those who are helping. 🏥🚒🚑🚔🙏
* Unfortunately, sad and shocked once more. Our deepest compassion for all the victims and their relatives. #PrayforBerlin #Breitscheidplatz
Our thoughts are with all those who have been affected by tonight's events in Berlin. 🙏 #breitscheidplatz— SV Werder Bremen EN (@werderbremen_en) December 19, 2016
* We mourn and we are shocked! Our deepest compassion to all victims and relatives in Berlin. #Breitscheidplatz #PrayforBerlin
Wir sind traurig und schockiert. Unsere Gedanken sind bei den Opfern und ihren Angehörigen. Bleib stark, Berlin! #breitscheidplatz— Hertha BSC (@HerthaBSC) December 19, 2016
* We are sad and shocked. Our thoughts are with the victims and their relatives. Stay strong, Berlin! #breitscheidplatz
* The incident at #Breidscheidplatz makes us sad. Our thoughts are with all victims, relatives and the emergency services involved. #tsv1860
😥😥😥— Alexander Baumjohann (@AlexBaumjohann) December 19, 2016