Orlando City’s campaign to benefit the victims of the mass shooting that killed 49 people at an LGBTQ nightclub in the city earlier this month will continue this week, as the club is auctioning off all of the game-worn jerseys from Saturday’s 2-2 draw between the Lions and the San Jose Earthquakes at Camping World Stadium.
All of the proceeds from the auction will benefit the OneOrlando fund, which is providing financial support to the victims of the Pulse tragedy and their families.
San Jose are joining Orlando in auctioning their jerseys from last weekend’s match, which was dedicated to the victims of the shooting and featured an in-game stoppage for a moment of silence.
Bidding is currently open for the jerseys, a signed #OrlandoUnited gameday poster and a “One Love” painting and #OrlandoStrong boots designed by OCSC defender Brek Shea.
The Orlando auction will run until Friday. Click here to bid.
US national team captain Michael Bradley is also auctioning his game-worn jersey and the special rainbow armband he wore to honor the Pulse victims in the US’s Copa America Centenario quarterfinal win against Ecuador last Thursday. All the proceeds from that auction will also benefit the Orlando victims.
More information on how to donate to the OneOrlando fund can be found here.