Fans of Spanish La Liga club Real Betis have kept up their annual gift-giving tradition by showering their pitch with 14,000 toys for underprivileged children.
During the final home game of the year in Seville, supporters are encouraged to bring a soft toy and sprinkle grass with them as the referee blows the whistle for half-time.
The Real Bets Foundation, which runs the events, has already started delivering gifts to various charities and associations in the city and will continue to distribute them nationally and internationally in the coming weeks and months.
Recipients who have already received the toys include the Spanish Commission for Refugee Aid and children who benefit from a foundation-supported project in Equatorial Guinea led by former player Benjamin Zarandona.
In a tweet, the club thanked all the fans who took part, describing the moment as “fantastic”.
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