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No European Football Championship this Year. No football, no (collective) pictures, you could say. Nevertheless: How did soccer players, fans, trainers and coaches deal with the football-free time? What if the ball doesn't roll, the stadiums remain empty? Kick with toilet paper rolls? And what happens to the hairstyles of football professionals?
Tschutti-heftli special stamp - POSTAGE STAMP
signed by Nicolas Mahler
The stamp was designed by the well-known Viennese illustrator Nicolas Mahler, who portrayed the organizations involved at the interface of football, culture and social affairs with a skilfully reduced line.
Stamp: Limited edition of 1,000 pieces
Special post office at the European Championship final weekend
We at SCHÖN & GUT are also tackling football-free time with creativity: in addition to the FAIR purchase of the "tschutti heftli" special album "#HEIMSPIEL - Football in the Time of Corona", we are presenting the first tschutti-heftli special stamp on Friday before the canceled European Championship final , for which an exclusive first day stamp will also be issued on site.
Collect with style and social added value
The “tschutti heftli” football scrapbook has no commercial background, but enables collectors to live out their passion with style and a clear conscience. The FAIRtrieb team employs people who have a hard time on the job market and who are supported by the BFI subsidiary Job-TransFair in their return to work. In the KÜMMEREI, the participants collect professional practice and thus increase their chances of a new job. Tschutti heftli also supports the Hunger for Art and Culture campaign, which opens doors to art and culture for socially disadvantaged people.
ATTENTION: Ready for dispatch from July 13th 2020
We charge € 69,- for each article and YOU donate € 5,- to “Hunger for art and culture”. We collect and forward this donation of € 5,- to Hukuku, IBAN AT27 2011182768967300