The Alouettes think about people in need

american-football: - 30-07-20

(Montreal) If they are inactive on the field, the Montreal Alouettes remain active in the community.


Thus, in order to help people in need during this difficult period for some, the Alouettes, through the Montreal Alouettes Foundation (FAM), have set up the virtual stadium.

It's simple: the team is selling its seats as it would for a match. The only difference? Each seat is sold for $ 2.

The club hopes to fill its virtual stadium in order to give back all the money raised to local organizations that will be identified in the coming weeks.


In addition to their donation, people who buy seats will be able to win prizes, such as official jerseys and seasonal passes for 2021.

The deadline to purchase your seat is August 14, on the Alouettes website:

"The game is far from won, at the moment, people need a helping hand," said Annie Larouche, director of the FAM and community relations. All proceeds will be donated to local organizations to help people and families affected by COVID-19. We know that our fans have a big heart and that together, we can make a difference. "