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Tenth edition of christmas campaign Jupiler Pro League: offer on shirts of all first graders and Kevin De Bruyne

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The Pro League returns Monday evening at 23h to the start of the tenth edition of the annual christmas campaign. In 2018, the proceeds of the voetbalveiling again to the Belgian Homeless Cup (BHC). In the offer, the autographed jerseys of all the players in the Jupiler Pro League and the Proximus League, but also the coveted shirt of Red Devil Kevin De Bruyne.

In the coming days to carry all the players in 1A (day 21) and 1B (day 20) a special shirt, with the logo of the BHC. These shirts are afterwards online for sale via Ebay.

In addition, there are a few specials to veil. The showpiece of the christmas campaign is without a doubt the signed and worn Manchester City shirt from Kevin De Bruyne. Because of the Royal Belgian Football association (belgian football association), there is also a world cup jersey with all the signature of the Red Devils in the offer. Supporters can also offer for the kick-off of the Belgian Clasico between Standard and Anderlecht. Also a VIP package for a match of the French football club PSG, in a game with analyst Marc Degryse, football behind the scenes at commentator Filip Joos and VIP packages for the Golden Shoe and the Gala of the professional player to be auctioned.

Last year was the proceeds of 88.000 euros, just below the record edition of 2016, when the Pro League to 92,000 euros collected for the damien foundation. For the tenth edition is the launch of the christmas campaign will be given on Monday, 17 december at 23: 00. Can offer for ten days until Thursday, december 27th (23: 00).

The Belgian Homeless Cup (BHC) is a social-sportive football competition for people who are struggling with roof, or homelessness. 39 local teams, of which 12 are in the Brussels and 27 are scattered across the rest of the country, using football as a tool to more than 500 homeless people to integrate into society. BHC launched its campaign, ” My Team, My home’ on October 15, with a football tournament on the Beursplein.

“The BHC put in on the feeling that is typical to a club: the feeling of belonging, and to be at home,” says Pro League spokesman Stijn Van Bever. “This is a feeling that not only supporters of profspelers experience, it also gives wings to the players of the Belgian Homeless Cup, men and women who are struggling with roof, or homelessness and who are in their team a positive identity and soldiers. That is why the Pro League, its clubs and partners this month, and again at the back of the Belgian Homeless Cup and its players.”

Previously, SOS children’s Villages and the damien foundation, the social partners of the Pro League.

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