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National League clubs are encouraged to support Shelter’s campaign to raise money for the homeless

National League clubs are encouraged to support Shelter’s campaign to raise money for the homeless by wearing their away uniforms at Boxing Day home games … after the Premier League declared a move against of the rules

  • General manager Mark Ives wrote to the National League clubs about the campaign.
  • He has encouraged teams hosting Boxing Day games to wear their away uniforms.
  • Shelter’s No Home Kit campaign aims to raise funds for the homeless and raise awareness
  • The move is in direct contrast to the Premier League, which says it breaks its rules.


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The National League has supported the campaign for the homeless that Premier League bosses declared against the rules.

General Manager Mark Ives has written to all clubs to inform them that the competition is supporting Shelter’s No Home Kit campaign to raise funds for the homeless and raise awareness of the difficulties they face.

Ives has encouraged clubs that host matches on Boxing Day to wear their away uniforms as part of the campaign and Sportsmail understand that many claim to do just that.

The National League has supported the Shelter's No Home Kit campaign for the homeless.

The National League has supported the Shelter’s No Home Kit campaign for the homeless.

The position of the National League is in direct contrast to that of the top flight, which told its clubs that if they wanted to change the strips they would be in breach of the regulations.

In the EFL, several clubs have already asked permission to exchange kits and have been told by the competition that they have no problem with the measure.

“The more clubs we involved would be great and of course it would be nice to have all 68 clubs,” Ives wrote.

‘Even if a club plays outside, they can support in the same way: using No Home Kit (outside or third party) and lending their voice on social media.

In direct contrast, the Premier League told top-flight teams that the move is against the rules.

In direct contrast, the Premier League told top-flight teams that the move is against the rules.

In direct contrast, the Premier League told top-flight teams that the move is against the rules.

Tottenham are among the clubs that may have worn their away kit for a Boxing Day home game

Tottenham are among the clubs that may have worn their away kit for a Boxing Day home game

Tottenham are among the clubs that may have worn their away kit for a Boxing Day home game

‘This can be as big or small as the clubs want. It may be just using the kit and an accompanying social post, but if clubs want to go further with content and fundraising, Shelter can provide everything you need. ”

Last week, Sportsmail revealed that the Premier League had rejected the clubs’ applications. They say such a change goes against a section of the league’s kit rules.

Earlier this season, a special waiver from the same section of regulations was granted to Manchester United to allow Cristiano Ronaldo to take number seven after it had already been registered in the name of Edinson Cavani.

Several top-flight clubs have analyzed the amount of the fine and are considering going against the top-flight decision.

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