With the RE:FIBRE programme, PUMA recycles textile waste and creates new textiles from used materials. For the home match against Borussia Mönchengladbach on Saturday, fans can hand in their old clothes and allow them to be recycled.

In the RE:FIBRE recycling process, textiles are chemically broken down into their primary components and new textiles are produced from them. On Saturday, you can hand in your old clothes in front of the Rote Erde stadium and help ensure that the new PUMA kits can be made from your recycled clothes! 

You can hand in clothes of any make – even damaged garments. Unfortunately, we cannot accept underwear, stockings, shoes or swimwear.

In addition, anyone who drops off clothes will be entered into a raffle that will see PUMA give one lucky winner 4 VIP tickets for a BVB home match including a meet & greet with a Dortmund player. In addition, 10 home kits for the 24/25 season will be raffled off among all participants. From 14:00 CET, Roman Weidenfeller and Patrick Owomoyela will also be there to greet fans as they drop off clothes.

Learn more about the campaign and the RE:FIBRE recycling process.

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