Help the Baggies raise money for The Royal British Legion
West Bromwich Albion's auction of the club's poppy appeal shirts, in aid of The Royal British Legion, ends this evening (Sunday) from 7pm.
At 4pm on Sunday afternoon the auction total stood at £5,295.99 with Chris Brunt and Salomon Rondon's jerseys leading the bidding on £455 apiece.
The match-worn signed shirts from both Premier League matches against Manchester City and Leicester City are available at our online auction site, click here.
Each poppy-adorned shirt will be signed by the relevant player and dispatched with a certificate of authenticity to the highest bidders.
All the proceeds will then be sent to the Royal British Legion in its role to add vital support and care to our Armed Forces, veterans and their families.
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We’ve included the shirts of all 20 players who featured across the two games, including goalkeepers and unused substitutes.
To get your hands on one of these matchworn, signed shirts - join the bidding now and help raise money for a hugely worthy cause, click here.
The auction is open for seven days - closing from 7pm on Sunday, November 20.
Good luck and happy bidding!
To donate directly to The Royal British Legion, click here.