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Poppy shirt auction - last chance to bid!

Auction ends at 8pm, 4 December

Fri 04 December 2020, 15:45|Tottenham Hotspur

This is your last chance to bid for signed Poppy shirts worn by the Men’s and Women’s teams in matches played during Remembrance, in aid of the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal - just a few hours to go!

The Men’s team wore special edition shirts during our Premier League victories over Brighton and West Brom in November, with the Women’s team wearing the Poppy during a hard-fought WSL draw with Reading.

This auction ends at 8pm this evening (Friday 4 December).

Lots on offer include the shirt worn by Gareth Bale as he scored the winner in the 2-1 victory over Brighton – his first goal after he re-joined the Club from Real Madrid in September.

The shirt worn by USA international and two-time World Cup winner, Alex Morgan, on her long-awaited debut for Tottenham Hotspur Women is also available.

Please note, the shirt worn by Harry Kane as he scored his 150th Premier League goal against West Brom is being retained by the player given its personal significance and will not be auctioned. Harry’s unworn second shirt from the match, as well as his match-worn shirt from the Brighton game, will be signed and available in the auction.

For the first time, the Club is working with MatchWornShirt to deliver the auction, that will run until 8pm on Friday 4 December.

All shirts auctioned will be UV-C treated to remove any DNA, bacteria or viruses before being sent to the winning bidder.

The Royal British Legion is the country’s largest Armed Forces charity, providing lifelong support to serving and ex-serving personnel and their families.

Fans wishing to make a contribution to this year’s Poppy appeal are still able to do so via: https://www.britishlegion.org.uk/