The match-worn shirts of West Bromwich Albion’s players have raised nearly £6,000 for the British Royal Legion’s poppy appeal.
The UK's largest Armed Forces charity will benefit from the generosity of Albion's fanbase, as the poppy-embossed shirts managed to generate a total of £5,960.
Dwight Gayle and James Morrison had their jerseys bring in the joint-most amount of money for the charity, with £550 spent on each of their shirts by supporters.
The shirts that were open to bids as part of the Sky Bet Poppy Shirt Auction had been worn in the Baggies' 4-1 victory over Leeds United on November 10.
The Club would like to thank all of the supporters who made this possible.