As main sponsor of the Red Devils, paysafecard has got every reason to celebrate the home match against FC Nuremburg on 14 March 2015: Not only did the team beat the opposition 2:1, it also left the pitch in very special strips as the winners of the crowd’s hearts. What made the strictly-limited Champions PIN team strips so special was that in place of the usual paysafecard logo, a total of 16 digits adorned the chests of all the players. These represented a 16-digit paysafecard PIN, but also the club’s four championship winning years (four year dates equal 16 digits).
Four of these strictly limited Champions PIN team strips are now auctioned exclusive: Michael Schindele, Willi Orban, Chris Löwe and Karim Matmour have provided their worn strips with their signature. Each jersey comes with an authentication certificate of the Red Devils.
The Red Devils didn’t only score in terms of their performance but also for their social commitment. A joint campaign offering special edition team strips collected financial support for the Fritz Walter Foundation.
With this campaign, paysafecard highlights the responsibility of sports for societal and social development, as well as making its own contribution to this important commitment.
About the Fritz Walter Foundation
Fritz Walter was an exceptional person in German sports, who remains one of its most highly regarded members among all generations. He was known for his warmth, humanity and fairness in both sports and everyday life. Founded in 1999 by the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, the German Football Association, 1st FC Kaiserslautern and Fritz Walter himself, the foundation focuses on the promotion of integration in sports and society among young people, as well as the promotion of international understanding, primarily with Central and Eastern European states.