Signed match-worn shirts from The Albion Foundation Day fixture are now available at auction, with all proceeds aiding the ‘Power the Powerchairs’ campaign.
The game against Stoke City was the annual showpiece event for the club’s official charity, who were aiming to help raise funds for the Baggies' powerchair programme.
Since its inaugural season in 2006, the programme has grown from four players to more than 30, claiming successive National League titles in 2018, 2019 and 2020, as well as two FA Disability Cups, two Wheelchair Football Association Cups, a third-place finish in the 2013 Champions League and a second-place finish in the 2016 Champions League.
It is now the largest and most successful powerchair programme in the country and was the first to establish a post-16 academy. The club now boasts 35 players, aged 10-38, playing in six teams.
The week-long auction on the shirts ends at 7pm on Wednesday, April 20. To view the auction items please click here, alternatively you can click on the individual player below
The Albion Foundation hopes to grow its powerchair programme to ensure everyone who wants to play the sport has the opportunity to do so.
A specialist powerchair costs £7,500 each and is often the biggest challenge new players face when they take up the sport.
As well as getting your hands on a signed match-worn shirt, you can also make a donation to the campaign by texting TAF5 to 70470 to donate £5, TAF10 to donate £10, and TAF20 to donate £20 and help ‘Power the Powerchairs’.
Alternatively, supporters are still able to donate via the Foundation’s JustGiving page, here.