Art, Culture & Sports

Sports connect

Sports connect people across borders and motivate them to be fair and perform to the best of their ability, regardless of the discipline. Deutsche Bank has promoted competitive sports for decades. Since 1955, we have supported the renowned World Equestrian Festival, CHIO Aachen. In addition, with the Deutsche Bank Equestrian Sport Academy we support young riders. As a national sponsor of the German Sports Aid Foundation, Deutsche Bank promotes top collegiate athletes, thus helping young talents engage in competitive sports during their studies.

Our sports involvement

Deutsche Bank Sports Scholarship

Deutsche Bank Sports Scholarship

The scholarship is a cornerstone of the partnership with Deutsche Sporthilfe. With the Deutsche Bank Sports-Scholarship the bank exclusively supports up to 300 collegiate athletes each year. more

Sports Scholarship Holder of the Year

Sports Scholarship Holder of the Year

Each year Deutsche Bank and Deutsche Sporthilfe award the „Sports Scholarship Holder of the Year." The prize is given for outstanding achievements in sports and studies. more
Deutsche Bank Equestrian Sport Academy

Deutsche Bank Equestrian Sport Academy

The initiative promotes young exceptional dressage talents with targeted training measures. Participants have access to selected international tournaments and receive individual coaching from Deutsche Bank mentors. more

Deutsche Bank Park

Deutsche Bank Park

Since July 2020, the area around the Eintracht Frankfurt stadium has been called Deutsche Bank Park. With this exclusive engagement, we are building a bridge between competitive and mass sports. more

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Copyrights
Berliner Philharmoniker: © Monika Rittershaus, © Martin Walz, © Michael Trippel, Junge Deutsche Philharmonie: Photo Achim Reissner, Musikgymnasium Schloss Belvedere: Photo Gerold Herzog, The English Theatre Frankfurt: Photo Christian Muth, Deutsches Romantik-Museum: Caspar David Friedrich: Der Abendstern (um 1830, Öl auf Leinwand) © Frankfurter Goethe-Museum / Freies Deutsches Hochstift / David Hall
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