The German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) has confirmed its participation in the campaign “Right to human rights” at a meeting in Berlin.
Largely driven by the conflict in Syria, the number of migrants entering Europe has reached record levels this year.
Germany expects to take in 800,000 asylum seekers this year, four times more than last year's total, with many coming from Hungary.
The DOSB wants the German public and media to join them in taking a stand against discrimination and xenophobia.
It is calling on Germany’s 98 sports federations and 90,000 sports clubs, comprising 27 million registered members, to upload an image on the "Recht auf Menschenrecht" Facebook page, then share the page and make a statement.
"We all stand in the debate on refugees and integration," read a DOSB statement.
"The DOSB is involved with its 27 million membership in the daily work of approximately 90,000 clubs for integration of children, the elderly, people with disabilities, migrants or refugees."
FC Bayern Munich have confirmed they're to set up a training camp for refugees coming into Germany and will donate €1 million (£729,000/$1.1 million) for refugee projects.
The reigning Bundesliga champions intend to provide food, German lessons and football equipment for children.
They will also bring attention to the existing refugee crisis when Augsburg visit the Allianz Arena for a league match on September 12.
Bayern's starting 11 will take to the pitch "holding the hand of a German child and a refugee's child".
The "Recht auf Menschenrecht" Facebook page can be accessed by clicking here.
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