Real Betis, a Spanish La Liga club, has continued its tradition of gift-giving and gave 14,000 toys to children in need.
Supporters are invited to bring a soft-toy to the last home game in Seville. As the referee announces half-time, they can sprinkle the grass.
The Real Betis Foundation is the organizer of the events. They have already started delivering gifts to various charities and associations in the area and will continue to do so nationally and internationally in the coming weeks and month.
The Spanish Commission for Refugee Assistance, as well as children who were beneficiaries of the Foundation in Equatorial Guinea’s project led by Benjamin Zarandona, are some of the recipients who have already received toys.
The club thanked everyone who participated in the tweet, and described the moment as “spectacular.”