French Football Clubs Change Logo For Good Cause

Update: The special Ligue 1 logos were not only visible online but also in real life. A great way to promote child safety.

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Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 clubs have joined together in a social media campaign to promote child safety.



Football Clubs In France Change Logos To A Drawn By Children




If you've paid attention to football social media lately, you'd realise that French club's have updated their profile pictures with a hand-drawn style logo.


This is a campaign organised by the LFP in support of the National Convention of Child Protection Associations (CNAPE) to raise awareness around child safety and to highlight the fundamental rights of children.



To Make Childhood a Child's Play.

The press release reads: "Professional football wants to show children in difficulty that they are not alone. Through this dedicated day, it is a question of showing them that we are all committed to their side to accompany and support them in their journey in life."


The campaign also further reminds everyone to dial 119 when your child or you seeing other children in danger.



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