FC Juventus and Parimatch Ukraine are organizing an auction to help Ukrainians

Even more sports teams are joining the charity initiative of the first legal bookmaker in Ukraine.

FC Juventus and Parimatch Ukraine are organizing an auction to help Ukrainians

Even more sports teams are joining the charity initiative of the first legal bookmaker in Ukraine.

FC Juventus and Parimatch Ukraine are organizing an auction to help Ukrainians

Even more sports teams are joining the charity initiative of the first legal bookmaker in Ukraine.

FC Juventus and Parimatch Ukraine are organizing an auction to help Ukrainians

Even more sports teams are joining the charity initiative of the first legal bookmaker in Ukraine.

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FC Juventus and Parimatch Ukraine are organizing an auction to help Ukrainians

Ukraine continues to fight heroically against Russian aggression. Ukrainians enter the Armed Forces, become volunteers, and raise money all around the world to help the army. Athletes are no exception.  Thus, one of the most famous football clubs in the world, FC Juventus, volunteered to help Ukraine.

A new sports era for club’s fans started in September 2020 when Parimatch became the official betting partner of Juventus. The partnership of two strong brands leads to the emotions of millions of fans around the world. But today it is also an opportunity to help Ukraine. The other day the club joined a charity auction and donated a signed T-shirt. All proceeds will be used to buy medicines, bulletproof vests, thermal imagers, and other necessary things for Ukrainians.

The T-shirt was signed by the club’s players after one of Juve’s recent Serie A winning matches. The auction has already started and is held on the official Parimatch Ukraine Instagram page. Everyone can write the price he is ready to buy the lot for in the comments below the post (starting price is 15 thousand UAH). The auction will last 48 hours, and the largest bid wins.

It is to be recalled that this is the third auction of the athletes’ collectibles from the Parimatch Ukraine Museum. The winners of the first and second auctions bought gloves of Mike Tyson and Oleksandr Usyk respectively and have already transferred funds to help Ukraine. The total amount of raised money is UAH 192 thousand.

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