- Signed match-worn shirts adorned with poppies are now up for auction on the Club’s official eBay page
- They were worn during Leicester City’s Remembrance Fixture against Burnley on Saturday 10 November
- Money raised from the auction will go directly to the Royal British Legion
- Last year, a similar auction fetched more than £17,500 for the charity
They were worn as a mark of respect to British men and women who have lost their lives in conflicts all over the world, during the Foxes home encounter against Burnley on Saturday 10 November.
All money raised from the auction will go directly to the Royal British Legion, who provide lifelong support for the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, Reservists, veterans and their families.
Last year, a similar auction fetched more than £17,500 thanks to the generosity of Foxes fans, taking the total amount raised for the charity by the Club over the years to more than £250,000.
Successful bidders will be sent their shirts with a certificate of authenticity from Leicester City Football Club.
To place a bid, simply click on your favourite player below:
Alternatively, CLICK HERE to go to a full list on eBay.
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