sport news Arsenal star Hector Bellerin becomes Forest Green Rovers shareholder

Hector Bellerin becomes Forest Green Rovers shareholder as Arsenal star praises the League Two side's environmental work: 'They're a clear example of how to run a football club' Hector Bellerin is hugely passionate about sustainability and the environment Bellerin announced on Tuesday he was becoming a shareholder of Forest Green Five years ago, the League Two outfit became the world's first vegan club  FIFA labelled them the 'greenest football club in the world' under Dale Vince 

By Jonathan Spencer For Mailonline

Published: 08:51 BST, 8 September 2020 | Updated: 08:51 BST, 8 September 2020

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Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin has confirmed that he has become a shareholder of League Two outfit Forest Green Rovers.

The Spanish right back has been very active off the pitch in recent years in terms of looking after the environment, and he has since joined Forest Green's board as he wants to help develop their eco-friendly work.

In 2015, Forest Green became the world's first vegan club serving plant-based food to both fans and players and under chairman Dale Vince, they have been labelled the 'greenest football club in the world' by FIFA. 

Hector Bellerin has taken out a minority holding in League Two outfit Forest Green Rovers

Hector Bellerin has taken out a minority holding in League Two outfit Forest Green Rovers

And Bellerin, who has opted for a vegan

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