David Wagner and his First Team squad signed this year’s Pedal for Pounds jersey
- Signed Huddersfield Town P4P9 jersey
- Raise money for the Keep It Up campaign
- Bid for the shirt via email before Friday 18 May
Would you like to get your hands on a Pedal for Pounds 9 jersey, which has been signed by Huddersfield Town Head Coach David Wagner and his First Team squad?
To raise money for the Keep It Up campaign, Huddersfield Town is auctioning off one of the specially designed P4P9 cycling jerseys that contains the autographs of the Terriers’ Head Coach and players.
This year the Keep It Up campaign is raising money for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, Hollybank, Forget Me Not and the Town Foundation.
Huddersfield Town supporters can bid for the shirt, which is shown above with Club Ambassador Andy Booth, by emailing email@example.com.
In the email please include ‘Pedal for Pounds 9 Shirt Bid’ in the subject header and include your bid in the main body. You have until 5pm on Friday 18 May 2018 to bid for the shirt.
This year’s P4P9 ‘The Last Goal Post’ cycling jersey was revealed last month; click HERE to find out more.
The 175 Pedal for Pounds 9 cyclists traveled from Avelin, France back to Huddersfield – via Belgium - on the ride that commemorates the lives of six Huddersfield Town players who were killed during service in WW1 on its 100th year anniversary.
The ride itself began on Wednesday 9 May 2018 and finished 282 miles later on Saturday 12 May 2018.
On route the cyclists visited the memorials of Edward John Didymus, Leigh Richmond Roose, Charles Edward Randall, Sidney James, Larrett Roebuck and Ernest George Kenworthy (in that order).
For more information on the ride, please CLICK HERE.
You can still sponsor the cyclists! To do so please visit www.justgiving.com/keepitupcampaign or text KIUC98 £5 (or any other amount) to 70070!
Around £1.75 million has been raised for the Keep it Up campaign since its inception in 2009.
Once again, the ride was held in association with Made by Cooper; a local company with respected worldwide reputation for quality and design.
Based in Lion Chambers in Huddersfield, St George’s Square, the company creates enamel lapel pin badges, patches, medals, toys and much more, with a team of professional designers to help realise your ideas.
Made by Cooper ships worldwide, with about 40% of customers in the USA. It works with all types of clients, from individuals that want keepsakes for their wedding day, to international companies such as BBC, ITV, HSBC, Tate Modern, Warner Bros, and many more including the Town Foundation.