Boxing Day: Premier League club partners with campaign to help the homeless

On Boxing Day, English clubs compete in the traditional fast-paced post-Christmas games. One club in particular stood out with a good deed, both on and off the pitch.

Tottenham Hotspur released a pre-match kit, which features 'NO HOME KIT' in support for Shelter, who is running a campaign for the homeless, named the #NoHomeKit campaign in London, England on December 26th.

Spurs' great move

Tottenham won the match 3-0 against Crystal Palace on Sunday 26 December. Antonio Conte's men played a great game, but it was their action that made the rounds in Europe.

Against the Londoners, Spurs displayed during the warm-up a shirt with ‘#NoHomeKit’ to support the homeless in the UK. This was done in collaboration with Shelter, which is running a nationwide awareness campaign.

Internally, the club has also tried to raise awareness among its supporters in order to support the thousands of Britons who are homeless. After Marcus Rashford, it is finally a Premier League club that is committed to helping the most disadvantaged.

Chairman's reaction

As a reminder, in 90 minutes (the equivalent of a football match), 25 people are left homeless in England.

While Harry Kane scored the first goal of the match against Patrick Vieira's team and became the highest scorer in the history of Boxing Day (9 goals, editor's note), his chairman, Daniel Levy, expressed himself in a press release on the importance of the Shelter campaign.

There are thousands of people in the UK who will not be able to enjoy Christmas and have nowhere to go. Thus, it is vital that we show our support for the #NoHomeKit campaign to raise awareness of homelessness.

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