November 10, 2019 at 23:26 by Guillaume
You may have noticed, all this weekend on the stages of Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 or pin on the costumes worn on the TV sets, the Bleuet de France, distinctive sign of the organization helping victims of wars and attacks. Like all other professional teams entered this 13th day in L1 and the 14th on the floor below, OM and OL had the patch, one on the sleeve, the other printed on the front at the collar.
The OM – OL match as elsewhere in Ligue 1 supports Bleuet de France
This is the third year that the Professional Football League (LFP) is a partner of the National Office of Veterans and Victims of War behind Operation Bleuet de France. Overall, all actors close to the field, wear the distinctive flower. The objective is "Professional football helps people and families affected and contributes directly to memory transmission, a real means of solidarity between generations", says Nathalie Boy de la Tour, the president of the LFP according to statements on the website of the League.
The donation campaign is launched today until November 13th. We hope to raise funds to invest in innovative equipment for the wounded @HopitalPercy We count on you to help those who stay #jesoutienslebleuet https://t.co/seVMTbjV9h pic.twitter.com/tz4MEsqEBc
– Blueberry of France (@BleuetFrance) November 4, 2019