Perfect way to raise funds - and own a unique piece of memorabilia
Special commemorative Millwall 'poppy' shirts worn to mark this year's Remembrance Sunday are now up for auction
to raise funds for the Royal British Legion.
This is an incredible opportunity for not just Lions fans, but football supporters worldwide, to purchase a one-off shirt as worn by the team in the 4-0 Sky Bet League One win over Bristol Rovers. The unique matchball, signed by the team, is also available to the highest bidder.
The 17 Errea home shirts each have a poppy motif on the front. Each shirt has the player's name and number on the back, plus Sky Bet patches on the sleeve. They were were worn by Lions players during the Bristol Rovers game. This is a unique piece of football memorabilia and the shirts are sure to attract huge interest.
Bidding is now open until 12noon on Friday 16th December.
The full list of 'poppy' shirts up for auction will be:
Don't forget the matchball used in the Bristol Rovers game - in which Harry Smith scored his first ever senior goal in the Football League - is up for grabs too.