KAS Eupen’s #NOTORACISM and #FAIRPLAY4ALL action on the 22nd match day of the Pro League attracted a lot of interest. At its match in Sclessin, the teams from Standard Liege and KAS Eupen wanted to set an example in the fight against mounting racism among certain incorrigible fans, coming out in the first half wearing #NOTORACISM shirts.
KAS Eupen then offered these shirts, signed by the wearer, for sale as part of a fundraising action. The action went down very well with KAS Eupen fans and business partners, with all shirts, each one with a EUR 120 price tag, finding a buyer. The total EUR 1320 received was then rounded up to EUR 1500 by KAS Eupen, with amounts of EUR 500 subsequently transferred to three associations working in the region on integrating foreigners: the Haus der Familie in Kelmis, Patchwork in St. Vith and AMONSOLI in Verviers. KAS Eupen would like to thank all those who purchased a shirt for their support:
Lots drawn to decide which buyer got which shirt
Among those putting in an offer for a #NOTORACISM shirt, a lottery decided who got which shirt:
-Christophe Grignard got the No 5 shirt of Diawandou Diagne.
-Martin Brüls got the No 28 shirt of Eric Ocansey.
-David Eloy from the Eloy company got the No 44 shirt of Marc Valiente.
-Monika Dreuw from EFB got the No 8 shirt of Lazare Armani.
-Philippe Charlier from Bureau Charlier got the No 19 shirt of Florian Raspentino.
-Alfred Palm from Möbel Palm got the No 22 shirt of Siebe Blondelle.
-Büro Stadler got the No 7 shirt of Mamadou Koné.
-Florent Dauby got the No 10 shirt of Luis Garcia.
-Nicolas Bronfort got the No 1 shirt of Hendrik Van Crombrugge.
-Gäel Pirard got the No 9 shirt of Mbaye Leye.
-Jean Scaillet got the No 4 shirt of Jordan Lotiès.
The EU SAVE It project
KAS Eupen organised the fundraising action as part of the European SAVE It project, in the context of which KAS Eupen, together with partners from several EU Member States, is backing the transmission of values in sport.