Stick to your old football top and resist the temptation to get a new one.
What difference does it make?
Making a football shirt emits about 5kg CO2. Add in away and second kit and the carbon piles up.
What do you need?
- Your old jersey
- Home game ticket
Step by step
Plan ahead for the next game. Make sure your old shirt isn't in the wash that day.
Gear up and head to the ground!
Enjoy the game and wear the old colours with pride!
Sure - go without the car and clock goals for that too.
When you wash a synthetic shirt, it releases 490,000 bits of plastic fibre into the water ways... Yikes! more here
Well, not much. Growing cotton in intensive monocultures really messes up the land badly and uses lots of water. Best to wear your old shirt to threads...