Jerseys worn in Croatia match auctioned after qualifying for Slovakia
October 10, 2021 – Fans can bid on shirts worn by Croatia against Slovakia at an auction for the Vatreno Srce Foundation.
A real treat for jersey collectors and all fans of the popular Croatia national team jerseys.
A humanitarian auction will start at www.matchwornshirt.com, where the Croatia national team jerseys from the 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Slovakia will be offered in Osijek, announced. HNS.
The tradition continues after the Croatia national football team became the first in the world to donate shirts from a competitive match (Croatia v Hungary, Euro 2020 qualifiers) to an online auction for humanitarian purposes, raising more than 30,000 euros for the Vatreno Srce Foundation, and did the same in a major competition (Croatia – Spain, round of 16 of Euro 2020).
All the players of the Croatian national team who will play against Slovakia will offer their shirts for this auction, and their starting price will be 89 euros. The Vatreno Srce Foundation was founded and run by members and coaches of the Croatian national team. For years, they have helped children and youth, such as donations to the Childhood Illness Clinic and the Step into Life campaign.
The auction, which will offer Croatia match shirts in the match against Slovakia, will start with the referee’s first whistle and end on October 24 at 4:00 p.m. CET. All of the jerseys have been professionally sanitized by exposure to ultraviolet light, which means that all possible traces of viruses, bacteria and DNA have been removed. However, all other elements of the shirt worn have been preserved, including the embroidered Croatian and opponent’s flags and the date of the match on the front of the shirt.
Join the auction at www.matchwornshirt.com/club/croatia, support the work of the Vatreno Srce Foundation and treat yourself or your loved ones with something they will remember for a lifetime!
Recall that Croatia and Slovakia meet on Monday at 8:45 p.m. at the City Garden Stadium in Osijek. This is Croatia’s second qualifying game in October after beating Cyprus 3-0 away on Friday last week.
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