More than a hundred jerseys up for auction to clear racism

4 April 2024

More than a hundred jerseys up for auction to clear racism

The LFP, the Ligue 1 Uber Eats and Ligue 2 BKT clubs are launching an auction of jerseys flocked with the logo and symbol of the anti-racism campaign worn by the players last weekend.

As a part of the week of education and action against racism and anti-semitism, last weekend’s matches were an opportunity for the LFP and the entire professional football ecosystem to mobilize behind a clear and firm message: “Let’s get rid of discrimination, Let’s get rid of racism!”.

All the shirts worn by the players during these matches were flocked with an event logo symbol of their commitment against racism, as well as a new competition patch entirely in black and white.

These jerseys are up for auction from the 3rd of April, on the international platform MatchWornShirt until Sunday 21 April at 14:00 for Ligue 2 BKT and at 15:00 for Ligue 1 Uber Eats.

All proceeds will then be donated to four anti-discrimination associations with which the LFP collaborates throughout the year: Licra, the Foundation for Inclusive Sport, Foot Ensemble and Her Game Too.

Visit the website for more info about the shirts up for auction and much more.


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