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Football Rebooted aims to save families cash and 136,000 tons of carbon – the energy needed to make news ones. It’s the equivalent of taking 7,000 cars off the road a year
David, 50, who played for Liverpool, Aston Villa and Manchester City, said: “There are millions of pairs of boots people have grown out of or replaced, and we need to make sure they don’t end in landfill. Getting these boots replayed through Utilita’s Football Rebooted campaign will not only save players a few quid but act as a reminder about the power of upcycling and reusing items that have a lot of life left.”
Pay-as-you-go energy supplier Utilita wants anyone with spare football or AstroTurf boots to request a freepost bag to donate them.
The shoes will appear at one of many claim stations to be set up in parks and training grounds. Schools will also be able to request them for pupils.
Big clubs including Portsmouth, Southampton and Leeds United are to donate boots worn by some players.
Research by the energy firm found 74 per cent of families have lost out financially in the pandemic and 18 per cent will bar their kids from football as they cannot afford the gear.
Bill Bullen, of Utilita, said that “sometimes life gets in the way of making the right choice. That’s why we have created Football Rebooted, which makes recycling boots with plenty of life left really easy.”
- Visit football rebooted.co.uk
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