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Limited Edition Poppy Pin Badge back by popular demand - and selling fast!

28 October 2016|Tottenham Hotspur

After being in high demand 12 months ago, the Club has once again produced a joint branded Tottenham Hotspur and Royal British Legion limited edition Poppy pin badge as we enter this period of Remembrance. And once again, it's selling fast!

The pin badge will be available for fans to purchase for a minimum donation of £3 from the Spurs Megastore, White Hart Lane Reception and within our Hospitality Lounges at Saturday’s match with Leicester at the Lane, at which we shall pay our respects to those that have made the ultimate sacrifice in all armed conflict, 100 years on from the Battle of the Somme.

These pin badges are expected to sell out quickly on Saturday - so don't miss out!

All funds raised from the sale of the pin badges will be donated to the Royal British Legion and we anticipate that stock will sell out quickly, so you can pre-order your badge ONLINE HERE.The badges will also be available from Spurs Shops - including the Megastore - from next week.

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The badge is testament to the strength of the on-going relationship between the Club and the Legion - the UK’s leading Service charity, providing practical care, advice and support to serving members of the Armed Forces, veterans of all ages and their families.

Traditional paper Poppies will also be available from Poppy Sellers around the ground on Saturday and we encourage fans to give generously. For more information, visit britishlegion.org.uk.

Mousa is pictured with the badge on a recent visit to Tottenham Cemetery in support of a new Commonwealth War Graves Commission initiative, The Living Memory Project - more details here...