PSG Sold Out All Released Special Edition "TOUS UNIS" Jersey In Order To Raise Money For Healthcare Staff From Paris Hospitals.

Paris Saint-Germain football club released "TOUS UNIS" (All Together) special club jersey, for over 100,000 healthcare staff from Paris Hospitals in response to the Coronavirus crisis in France.



The "Tous Unis" meaning "All Together" jersey was as a means to support healthcare professionals who are fighting the epidemic on the front line every day.

According to reports, France has so far recorded 25,233 confirmed COVID_19 cases, with 1,331 leading to deaths.

Martin Hirsch, director general of Assistance Publique Hopitaux de Paris (AP-HP), told the club’s official website:
“We’re really grateful for this wonderful gesture. Paris Saint-Germain backing Paris hospitals!

“A white card for this great club supporting the white coats! We’re pulling on the shirt and giving our all! They know what it means. Our goal is to save as many lives as possible.”


1,500 limited edition shirts were produced for purchase by the Ligue1 side earlier today, and were sold for €175 (£159) each, with all proceeds going to Assistance Publique – Paris Hospitals (AP-HP).

The jerseys which bears the logo of the sponsor, were made available on the official PSG website store, as it became high on demand and soon out of stock just few hours after it was kept on sale.

PSG expressed their gratitude towards the successful sale of the jerseys via the clubs official Twitter handle saying;
"The 1,500 "Tous Unis" (All Together) PSG jerseys were sold out in less than 12 hours." "Raising over €200,000, which will go to the healthcare staff of the Paris Hospitals."

"Thanks everyone"!

The reigning Ligue1 champions, also thanked its jersey partners NIKE, ALL (Accor Live Limitless), QNB and Ooredoo for their support for this initiative.

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