USMNT's Bradley to auction off jersey and rainbow armband

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Proceeds from the online auction will go toward two organizations: OneOrlando Fund and Equality Florida.

U.S. men’s national team captain Michael Bradley has donated his rainbow captain’s armband and his game jersey worn during the U.S.’ 2-1 win against Ecuador for an online charity auction (to bid, go here) to be held from June 20-24.

Proceeds from the online auction will benefit the OneOrlando Fund and Equality Florida, two organizations providing financial resources to victims and families impacted by the Pulse nightclub mass shooting earlier this month.

Bradley wore the custom-made armband in last week's quarterfinal to honor the 49 victims of the tragic attack in Orlando's Pulse night club. U.S. Soccer says that Bradley will add a personalized autograph to the jersey, and will also make a donation to the funds.