Netherlands auction World Cup jerseys to help migrant workers
An auction of match-worn World Cup jerseys of the Netherlands national team has raised €380,000 ($402,934).
The proceeds will be used to help the situation of migrant workers in Qatar.
To this end, the Dutch football federation KNVB on Monday said it plans to work with the international workers’ association BWI.
The money is to be used to help in the protection of migrants’ rights, legal assistance, personal development and social activities, such as football.
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