Beautiful gesture: Norwegian superstar Erling Haaland helps 200 supporters of the old club get a train ticket for an away match

Erling Haaland has not forgotten where he came from. The Norwegian superstar helps supporters of his former club Bryne FK. He will pay for approximately 200 train tickets for fans who want to travel to Kristiansand. A play-off match against IK Start will be played there on Saturday for promotion to the Eliteserien, the highest level in Norway. This was reported by the Norwegian channel TV2.

Haaland played in the youth and first team of Bryne FK. His former club has reached the play-offs for promotion to the top level for the first time since 2006. That is why Haaland has decided to pay for about 200 train tickets for the supporters. That reportedly costs the Norwegian 175,000 Norwegian Kroner, equivalent to 15,000 euros.

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“We can’t say much other than that it is fantastic that we have the opportunity to send as many supporters as possible to Kristiansand,” Bryne FK’s marketing manager told TV2. “These are tough times financially for people, and that makes it harder for people to prioritize traveling to a game like this here. This has therefore given more fans the opportunity to travel.”

Bryne last played in the Eliteserien, Norway’s highest level, in 2003. After his period at his youth club (without goals), Haaland scored goals at Molde, Red Bull Salzburg, Borussia Dortmund and now at Manchester City.

Erling Haaland as a 15-year-old in action at Bryne — © Getty Images

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