Bohemians have to donate profits to the Movement for Refugee Ireland (MASI) from the sale of their distant jerseys.
This initiative will be taken in the next seven days.
The current Bohus shirt shorts have the word “refugee welcome” in place of their regular shirt sponsor, Des Kelly Insider.
The jersey was produced in partnership with Amnesty International and was launched in February to highlight the “ongoing human rights scandal” of the direct provision.
Bohemian says they “want to show solidarity and make more efforts to change the impact it has on the lives of people who have become friends and collaborators of our club.”
Last season, the club used ten percent of its extended “fist” jerseys to drive people from their homes to play directly in Dalmount Park.
Announcing the latest profit-sharing plan, Bohemian said, “When COVID-19 sanctions are relaxed, we feel that the current epidemic will continue to lead our efforts to bring citizens directly into the games.” “Expresses more inequality. Method.”
Photo: Bohemian FC fans display ‘Welcome Refugees’ banner in Dalmount Park
Before the SSE airtime Premier Division reopens, Boh is set to return next month to a closed-door four-team tournament with Dundalk, Derry City and Shamrock Rovers behind closed doors.
MASI activist Lucky Khambule said, “We are proud to work with Bohemian Football Club again, who are great friends and supporters of MASI and have been working with us for many years.
“I would like to thank the club, its members and supporters for their solidarity, who have consistently demonstrated through both sound and concrete steps.”
The jersey costs 60 60 for adults and 50 50 for kids and is available through the Bohemian online store.
All profits will go directly to MASI through midnight on Thursday 18 June.