UNICEF's classic colours are blue and white, but UNICEF has several official colours. Among other, orange and black, which was selected as Brøndby IF home kit colours for a special UNICEF match day.
The new limited edition shirts are sold in the Brøndby online Shop and for each shirt sold, £6 is donated to UNICEF. The official match kits, incl. sweatshirts, shorts and socks that the players use in the special match can be won in an SMS lottery, where all profits also go to UNICEF.
“We are delighted to highlight the unique collaboration between Brøndby IF, UNICEF and KasiGroup in this way ”, says commercial director Ole Palma.
“It is a very special day at Brøndby Stadium, where we go beyond the fight for important points. There is a lot of attention to business and financial crises, but in this way we will highlight that at Brøndby IF we do not forget our great social responsibility as a company and as football club”.
The limited edition football shirt, which can be seen below, costing £62 of which £6 therefore goes directly to UNICEF.
Shirts are for sale at. 9:30 Tuesday in Brøndby Shop and sold while stocks last.