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Severnside derby shirts go under the hammer

City shirts worn in this afternoon's Severnside derby clash are up for auction to raise money for Bristol City's official charity.

This weekend marks the 96th edition of the Severnside derby, as the Robins are looking to book a second win over Cardiff City this season. For this special occasion, the shirts, containing the mud, sweat and tears that will undoubtably be shed during the match, will be put up for auction in order to raise money for Bristol City Robins Foundation.

Each shirt will be individually signed by their respective player after the final whistle, making these shirts a truly unique piece of Bristol City memorabilia.

The match worn City shirts will be available to bid on live from kick-off here. The auction will run for seven days and will close on Saturday, February 13th.

Place a bid and support the Robins Foundation

And the best part? By bidding on one of these shirts, you will be supporting Bristol City Robins Foundation - the club's official charity - and will helping them to continue their life changing work in the local community. 

As an organisation, the Robins Foundation have deep roots embedded within the local community and deliver a range of projects to support vulnerable people in the most deprived areas of our city. Despite the lockdown restrictions currently in place, the Foundation continue to be there for those who need it most. Whether it be delivering food parcels to the doors of families facing food insecurity, providing mental health support to those who are isolated, or delivering laptops to underprivileged children to help them continue their educations from home, Bristol City Robins Foundation are there to support the community.

By placing a bid, you are supporting this invaluable work.

Placing a bid is easy

Getting involved in the action is easy. Simply register and place your bids at the click of a button. Click here to view the shirts and place your bid!

Place a bid now

Nervous about buying an unwashed shirt? Don’t worry! Purchasing a worn shirt does not impose any health risks. MatchWornShirt is able to remove traces of virus, bacteria and DNA from the shirts without damaging the fabric. The unique treatment technology also guarantees the conservation of mud and grass stains and other ‘match worn’ elements of the shirts.

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