Match-worn shirts to be auctioned off in support of Wings for Life foundation

Shirts worn in the DFB-Pokal with special patch on the arm | The charity is working towards a cure for paraplegia | Register now for the virtual Wings for Life World Run | Match-worn shirts to be auctioned off to support charity

The match-worn shirts from our most recent DFB-Pokal victory are being auctioned off for a good cause!

In cooperation with United Charity, RB Leipzig is auctioning off 12 shirts from our DFB-Pokal round of 16 win against VfL Bochum. The shirts have the Wings for Life patch on the arm in support of the charity.

All proceeds will go to the Wings for Life Foundation, which uses all donations to fund spinal cord research with the goal of one day making paraplegia curable.

Those looking to support the charity in achieving this goal can do so as part of the Wings for Life World Run. On 9th May, thousands of people worldwide will take to the streets and parks to run in support of those suffering from their disability. All proceeds raised will go towards funding spinal cord research.


Julian Nagelsmann and RB Leipzig are supporting the Wings for Life Foundation.
The Red Bulls wore a Wings for Life arm patch during the last 16 win over VfL Bochum in the DFB-Pokal.

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