Leicester City supporters can bid on the match-worn poppy shirts adorned during the 2-0 win at West Ham United - with proceeds going to the Royal British Legion.
- Leicester City's match-worn poppy shirts are available for auction via MatchWornShirt
- The Club's senior men's stars wore the shirts against West Ham United
- Proceeds from the auction will go to the Royal British Legion, which supports the country's Armed Forces
- Click HERE to place your bid!
The Royal British Legion are there for the Armed Forces community throughout their lives, providing a lifeline for serving personnel, veterans and their families, supporting them in the face of hardship, injury and bereavement.
Leicester City were the first-ever English football team to wear poppies on their shirts back in 2003 - a gesture which is now commonplace across the game.
In recent games against Man City, Everton, Newport and West Ham, the Club's senior men's team proudly showed their support once again for the Royal British Legion by wearing shirts stitched with the iconic poppy - in appreciation of people who dedicate their lives to our freedom and security.
All profits from the auction - in partnership with matchwornshirt.com - will go directly to the Royal British Legion, and each shirt comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Click HERE to browse the shirts, worn against West Ham, which are still available to bid on now!