The vision of three football players posing in front of the library Fesch in Ajaccio is surprising particularly because these three have the round ball are in shorts and shirt. The new rapprochement of the athletes of the AC Ajaccio and the book collection of the cardinal Fesch, uncle of Napoleon Bonaparte, is the result of a partnership between the heritage Foundation and the professional football League (LFP).

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Thanks to him, several Ligue 1 clubs Conforama and Domino’s League 2 will engage for the benefit of the monuments in jeopardy during the weekend of heritage Days (21 and 22 September), the celebrity popular ones coming to the aid of the restoration of the other. “The professional clubs are engaged actors in their territory. Mobilize the professional football around the heritage constitutes an axis consistent,” says Nathalie Boy de la Tour, president of the LFP.

AJ Auxerre will support all canonial of Auxerre, in particular through site visits, OGC Nice will make her local celebrity to the abbey Church of Saint-Pons, the Stadium of Reims, the Porte de Mars, the FC Sochaux-Montbéliard to the Temple Saint-Martin, Stade Malherbe will donate to the foundation the full amount received for the visits paid to the stadium in the month of September, AS Monaco will sell tickets for a euro to benefit the institute of the heritage of monaco and Montpellier Herault SC will carry out photographing in the city to promote the heritage from montpellier.

All of these sites highlighted by the clubs and their players are supported by the subscription of “never again”, launched by the Heritage foundation in the wake of the fire of Notre-Dame de Paris.

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During games of Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 September, the club will project a video of “never again!” on the giant screens in the stadiums, and invite the public to make a donation. Players posteront then messages and photos on social networks of clubs.