See How Ajax FC Share Their League Title Trophy With Their 42,000 Fans
The new Eredivisie champions (Netherlands' league) Ajax take her league victory celebration to another dimension has the club melt down the Eredivisie trophy, turning it into over 42,000 stars for each of their season-ticket holders—giving them a piece of the trophy after they spent most of the year watching at home
A second copy of the trophy will rest in the trophy cabinet.
One of the club director and erstwhile Manchester United goalkeeper; Edwin Van Der Saar took to his Twitter page to further explain why the club do that "uncommon celebration". He said it is acknowledge their support from home despite not attending any of the match at the stadium
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