Played at White Hart Lane, the match against the Baggies saw the Club replace its usual AIA logo on the front of the team’s shirts to promote an initiative aimed at promoting improved health and quality of life for thousands across disadvantaged communities in Thailand.
Each match-worn shirt has been signed by the player it belonged to on the night and all are now available to bid for – go to the auction page here.
Each shirt will come with a certificate of authenticity and its own unique hologram.
Funds raised from the auction will go to one of the ‘Sharing a Life’ beneficiary charities, Kanchanabaramee Foundation, which aims to educate up to 70,000 people across Thailand in self-examination for breast cancer, as well as funding the best mobile mammography unit in South-East Asia that will save 6,000 at-risk lives per year.
In addition, as part of AIA’s commitment to Tottenham Hotspur, a percentage of funds raised will go to Spurs Wishes, a charitable body established by the Club to provide memorable and uplifting experiences to terminally ill fans and their families.
The auction began at 11.45am on Thursday, April 28, and will last for seven days.
Go to the auction page here.