This is news that will delight Paris FC supporters. The Parisian club will offer, from November 11, on the occasion of the Bastia reception, free ticketing at the Stade Charléty, for all matches of the men's team in Ligue 2 and those of the women's team in D1 Arkema. The news was announced this Friday via a press release from the PFC.
This system will allow, at each Paris FC home match, to highlight “local and national associations investing in the benefit of a fairer, more inclusive society that cares about its environment”. The current club 16th in League 2 also specifies in its press release that it will “mobilize its entire community of followers (players, public, partner companies, civil society, club ambassadors) and encourage them to support the "association highlighted, from online reservation of your place as during the match to the total commitment of all the ecosystems concerned."
Pierre Ferracci, the president of Paris FC, welcomed this initiative. “We are proud to carry out this ambitious and pioneering project, which goes beyond the simple framework of sport through the values it conveys. We want to unite around our club, our teams, while committing ourselves with strength and conviction. In a context of difficult purchasing power, we are convinced that a club can be an ideal tool for uniting goodwill and responding at its own level to societal issues.”
The Parisian club travels to Saint-Étienne this Saturday at 3 p.m. to face the Greens, second in the standings, as part of the 13th day of Ligue 2.