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🔨 Match-worn poppy shirts now up for auction

18 shirts available to bid on

9 November 2020

Each one of the shirts used by the 18-man matchday squad for last weekend's game against Stoke City is now up for auction, raising money for the Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal.

That includes each member of the starting XI, the three substitutes and the four match-issued shirts for the unused subs is available to bid on... with bidding closing for all at 2pm on Saturday 28th November.

As in recent years, Reading FC continue to show their support for The Royal British Legion and the Armed Forces community. The shirts have been personally signed by the players after the game and are available to bid on now at

By getting involved you have the chance of winning the ultimate piece of fan memorabilia, a match worn, player signed, poppy embroidered shirt of your favourite player. The proceeds will go to The Royal British Legion. This means that not only can you win a fan item like no other, you will also help improve the circumstances for some of the most vulnerable but deserving individuals within our communities.

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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 your contributions can really make a difference. You can find out more information on The Legion’s great work at

Get bidding now - whether it's a piece of memorabilia to hang on your wall, a Christmas present for a fellow Royal  supporter, or whatever reason... there are 18 unique items to be had. Once the auction ends, all of the shirts will be professionally disinfected using UV-C light before being shipped out to the winner - so get bidding now by clicking here.

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