Signed, match-worn Wolves poppy shirts are now up for auction, raising money for The Royal British Legion and the Armed Forces community.
The charitable tradition is long standing between The Royal British Legion, Wolves and the football world, and 2020 is no different, with Wolves shirts now available to bid on here: matchdaywornshirt.co.uk.
The shirts were worn during Wolves’ remembrance fixtures before the international weekend, meaning shirts belonging to the likes of Raul Jimenez, Ruben Neves and Conor Coady included in the 18 now up for auction.
This is the perfect chance for a Wolves supporter to get their hands on a one-off, exciting piece of memorabilia and support The Royal British Legion at the same time, helping to improve the circumstances for some of the most vulnerable but deserving individuals within our communities.
The Royal British Legion is the country’s largest Armed Forces charity. It is the Legion’s aim to provide lifelong support for those who have been affected - both physically and mentally - as a result of their service.
The Legion provides essential support to individuals and families in need, yet they are entirely dependent on the support from the public. This is where contributions can really make a difference. You can find out more information on The Legion’s great work at britishlegion.org.uk.