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4 December 2017

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31 Huddersfield Town items to bid on from the West Brom match

- Town’s match worn poppy shirts are up for auction
- Poppy auctions end at staggered times on Sunday 10 December
- All proceeds go to the Royal British Legion

You can now buy a match-worn shirt from Huddersfield Town’s Premier League win against West Bromwich Albion with all the proceeds going to the Royal British Legion.

There’s 31 Huddersfield Town items up for auction from the Club’s Premier League game on Saturday 4 November, including match winner Rajiv van La Parra’s signed match worn poppy shirt!

All the match worn and match issued shirts have been signed by David Wagner’s First Team squad and are now available to be bid upon via eBay until Sunday 10 December; all the items have a different end time.

If you are interested in bidding for any of the shirts, then please click here!

The Premier League has been proud to support The Royal British Legion for many years, making a significant contribution to raise much-needed funds to help people in the Armed Forces community.

All the money raised from the auctions of each shirt will be donated to The Royal British Legion.

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