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Charity Auction: ÖFB jerseys are being auctioned off

Charity Auction: ÖFB jerseys are being auctioned off

Authentic match worn shirts are highly sought after items among football fans.

Since these things can sometimes be expensive, it’s best to do something good when purchasing one of these.

A large charity auction will now be held under The original shirts worn in the European Championship qualifying match between Belgium and Austria (1:1) were auctioned off. Including the original signature of the player in question. This also applies to top scorer Michael Gregoric and captain David Alaba.

The auction, organized by Hyundai Austria, ends on November 6, 2023.

“Fruitful partnership”

“In addition to all our international partnerships such as the one with FIFA, national support for sport is very important to us,” explains Roland Bonzingruber, Managing Director of Hyundai Import GmbH. “We have been associated with ÖFB since 1998, with a short break, and have also maintained a close relationship with Sporthilfe since 2018. I am already familiar with the professional work of Sporthilfe through previous professional engagements and that is why a good relationship was an idea for me and my team a few years ago. A fruitful partnership between Hyundai and Sporthilfe has clearly been established, which is now culminating in a major charity auction in expanded cooperation with ÖFB.

“The charity auction for the benefit of local athletes is one of the highlights of ÖFB’s partnership with Hyundai,” says Bernhard Neuhold, Managing Director of ÖFB Wirtschaftsbetriebe GmbH. “We are offering Sporthilfe match-worn national team jerseys with all official logos.” Prints, signatures and certificates are also available for the auction. Default. Cohesion in sports is more important than ever. We are doubly happy because we are not only making football fans happy, but also supporting other sports through Sporthilfe.”

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Gernot Oller, Managing Director of Sporthilfe thanks his partners: “Many thanks to Hyundai and the Austrian Football Association. This campaign once again shows solidarity in local sport. I invite all football fans to participate and I can guarantee everyone’s success. The euros raised from the auction go to our athletes in proportion 1:1″.

ÖFB is very happy to have qualified for the European Championship