WEST Bromwich Albion fans helped raise over £11,000 for charity with the auction of the club’s match-worn Cyrille Regis tribute shirts.
The Baggies wore jerseys emblazoned with a silhouette of Cyrille for the Premier League encounter against Southampton on Saturday, February 3.
The auction totalled £11,746 - with Daniel Sturridge’s signed shirt proving most popular, selling for £1,705.
Three other jerseys also went for over £1,000 - Ben Foster’s sold for £1,105, Chris Brunt’s second-half shirt was bought for £1,010 and another supporter paid £1,005 for Salomon Rondon’s second-half shirt.
All money raised will be donated to a charitable cause of the Regis family’s choice, which will be confirmed at a later date.
Rondon’s first-half No.9 shirt was gifted to the Regis family, while Brunt’s first-half jersey will go on display at The Hawthorns.
The Club would like to thank all supporters who participated for their generosity.