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MNUFC Auctioning Game Worn Jerseys to Support Local Kids

Kallman, Ramirez, Shuttleworth and other game worn jerseys available to support Sanneh Foundation

MLS: D.C. United at Minnesota United FC Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

Minnesota United FC is offering the Shirts Off Their Backs for a good cause. The club is auctioning off game-worn jerseys to support the Sanneh Foundation, a local organization founded by Tony Sanneh that supports local youth education and physical health development. According to the club’s website:

The Sanneh Foundation serves the holistic youth development needs of the increasingly diverse Twin Cities metro area. Their mission is to empower youth by supporting and promoting educational attainment through in-school and after-school support, improve lives by providing programs that strengthen physical health and social and emotional development, and unite communities by advancing diversity, equity and community well-being.

The club has partnered with the Sanneh Foundation throughout the season, including Sanneh’s Gala for Goals and the MNUFC Overnight Residential soccer camp this past summer.

Currently, the available jerseys are:

Christian Ramirez - 21
Abu Danladi - 9
Bobby Shuttleworth - 33
Ibson - 7
Ethan Finlay - 13
Brent Kallman - 14

The jerseys are all game-worn during the 1-1 draw against Sporting Kansas City on October 7th.

One of these (hopefully washed) jerseys could be all yours.

Bidding for these jerseys ends on October 16th, so you have a week to ask all of your friends to donate to your MNUFC jersey Gofundme.

A second set of jerseys will go up for bid on October 23rd, so if your favorite player isn’t on this list they may be available then.

You could take home a piece of MNUFC’s inaugural season AND help an amazing cause, what’s better than that?