Osamsa Abdul Mohsen addresses the media at Atocha train station, Madrid. The Spanish footballing school CENAFE offered the Syrian a coaching role and a home for his family.
Footage emerged online of Mohsen being tripped by a Hungarian camerawoman, whilst carrying his son, which shocked people all over the world. Other clubs across Europe have been helping Syrians during this crisis.
AS Roma launches "Football Cares" initiative to aid refugee charities – Roma players pose for a team picture before a Serie A match against Frosinone with "Football Cares" emblazoned across their jerseys.
"Football Cares" is an initiative founded by the Italian club that aims to raise money for refugee charities.
Roma chairman and president, James Pallotta, hopes many clubs and fans will engage with "Football Cares" to help the hundreds of thousands of refugees that have poured into Europe fleeing conflict in the likes of Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.
Former U.S. soccer star Mia Hamm is a board member at Roma and says she would be willing to donate some of her old jerseys for auction to help raise money for "Football Cares."
Other major European clubs like Real Madrid, Paris Saint Germain and Borrusia Dortmund have already donated considerable amounts to refugee charities.
So too have Bayern Munich which stated it would provide $1.1 million to refugee charities last month.
The Bundesliga club has also said it plans to set up a training camp for some of the thousands that have crossed into Germany via Hungary and Austria.
On top of this, Bayern will offer refugees meals and German language classes in conjunction with the city of Munich.
Bayern isn't the only German club helping migrants. Here refugees, invited by Mainz 05, attend a Bundesliga match against Hannover 96 at Coface Arena in August.
Banners with "Refugees welcome" or "Welcome to Germany" were visible in many recent Bundesliga matches.
Germany expects to receive 800,000 asylum seekers in 2015, four times more than in 2014.
Portugal players observe a minute of silence in honor of refugees and migrants coming to Europe prior to their training session at Coimbra da Mota stadium in Estoril on September 3, 2015.