J.League fans donate shirts for Vanuatu

The J.League has announced the results of its annual campaign to collect football shirts for children in developing nations across the world.

After setting a goal of 400 donated shirts, the league received a stunning 570 which have been earmarked for children in Vanuatu, an island nation in the South Pacific Ocean.

Previous donation drives have yielded a total of over 3,600 shirts which have gone to children in Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Mongolia, Myanmar, East Timor and Cambodia.