#EUROLEAGUEUNITED: Players, coaches join Stay at Home message

Apr 03, 2020 by Euroleague.net Print

One of #EUROLEAGUEUNITED's main goals is to support our fans this difficult time when they must socially distance themselves by staying at home. Many Turkish Airlines EuroLeague stars and coaches are joining the call and spreading the word that being at home and staying safe is the priority right now.

USEFUL ADVICE: Crvena Zvezda put together an infographic to remind everyone to stay at home and how to stay safe.

Efes center Tibor Pleiss expressed how he currently feels, and just about everyone can probably relate.

APPRECIATION: Valencia guard Jordan Loyd knows who we need to grateful for these days, and how important it is to listen to authorities in battle against Covid-19.

A DAY IN THE LIFE: FC Barcelona veteran Pau Ribas showed the club's fans how he spends a day under confinement, from walking the dog in the morning and studying new things to getting healthy in the kitchen.

Staying at home leads us to more face-time and online conversations. Maccabi prepared something for the fans.

Bayern tried to get fans closer to its stay-at-home players, with a live chat from home with Alex King.

Support for health care workers around the globe continues with daily rounds of applause.

Stefan Jovic was going to get groceries in Moscow. He made sure to listen to authorities. By protecting himself, he also protected others

Milan point guard Andrea Cinciarini and his family all do workouts at home. Everyone finds its own space, but then got together for few family photos.

STAY AT HOME: The messages are clear from Real Madrid head coach Pablo Laso, Khimki Moscow Region forward Anthony Gill and Turkish Airlines EuroLeague clubs.

SMILE, TOO: Real star Sergio Llull and Zalgiris center Jock Landale know that a smile or a laugh can still win the day.

SUPPORT: While we do our part by staying at home, health care workers are on the front lines fighting COVID-19. Bayern's Mathias Lessort took time to thank them. Anyone can join in on the daily ovations, in their neighborhoods or on social media – or both – as Pablo Laso and Valencia Basket have done.

HELPING HAND: While they could still be outside, FC Bayern Munich basketball players Paul Zipser and Danilo Barthel and club staff volunteered at Munchner Tafel, a charitable organization in Munich that distributes food to people in poverty.

CLEAN HANDS: Panathinaikos OPAP Athens offered a reminder to wash your hands even if you are at home, and tips on how to do it right.