A picture of Eddy Treijtel is also part of the Feyenoord Auction

Unique images from the Feyenoord history are auctioned off

The highest Feyenoord exhibition ever has come to an end. Now the unique signed pictures are auctioned off for the Dirk Kuyt Foundation.

On 8 September 2021 Jens Toornstra, captain of Feyenoord and ambassador of the Dirk Kuyt Foundation, opened the Feyenoord exhibition at the Euromast. This exhibition was the highest outdoor Feyenoord exhibition ever at a true Rotterdam landmark: the Euromast.

The exhibition consisted of 20 unique images representing the highlights of the club. Willem van Hanegem, Jan Boskamp, Wim Jansen, Eddy Treijtel, Gerard Meijer, Dirk Kuyt, Jens Toornstra, Pierre van Hooijdonk and Robin van Persie could all be admired on impressive photos high above Rotterdam.

Bidding on Feyenoord

As the exhibition is now ended. The photos with aluminum frames (85 cm by 85 cm) can now be bought by the highest bidder. Most of the photos are provided with the signature of the legendary players. Every one can bid on these unique items from 24 January to 4 February via this online auction.

Jens Toornstra signing his framed picture on the Euromast
Jens Toornstra signing his framed picture on the Euromast

The photo of Dirk Kuyt’s opening goal against Heracles Almelo in the Championship game of 2017 is already sold during a Charity Night of the Dirk Kuyt Foundation. This highlight raised a nice amount of 1500 euro.

All proceeds of the auction will go in their entirety to the Dirk Kuyt Foundation, which makes sports accessible for people with a disability. The Foundation is extremely happy that the cooperation with the Euromast and FSV de
Feijenoorder has succeeded in a great exhibition in the sky.

Dirk Kuyt: “For many of us sport is a given. But unfortunately, this is not the case for people with a disability. Unfortunately, this is not the case for people with a disability. It is precisely for this group that I want to increase the possibilities. So they can also experience how much fun sports can be.”

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