Samp for People: special Blucerchiati kits to say ‘Stop Racism’
It is time to say enough is enough. After the killing of George Floyd and the marches for equality all over the world, Italy included, as a club, Sampdoria want to send out our own message on social media, by replacing our profile picture with a black silhouette because Black Lives Matter.
To make the message an even stronger one, the squad will head out for their pre-match warm-up in each of the remaining 13 league games wearing a special training top bearing a ‘Stop Racism’ message. This is the latest initiative as part of the club’s social project ‘Samp for People’, which will also appear on the players’ match jerseys in the shape of a patch on the left arm.
In the last 13 @SerieA_EN games, the Blucerchiati will wear special attire in the fight against racism, with the message 𝐒𝐓𝐎𝐏 𝐑𝐀𝐂𝐈𝐒𝐌 on the back of their training kits during the warm-up and a special patch on their match shirts. pic.twitter.com/wIX1UhBvgf
— Sampdoria English 😷 (@sampdoria_en) June 20, 2020