The shirts from the Tigers Trust’s Matchday Takeover fixture against Fulham are now signed and listed for auction!
This auction will give Hull City fans the unique opportunity of purchasing a one-off piece of memorabilia.
Donations raised from these items will go towards the charity’s Health and Wellbeing Fund which will help to support more children, young people and adults to engage in a range of Trust activity.
The Trust’s CEO Catherine Bishop said: “This is an opportunity to own a unique piece of our club’s heritage which simply will not be replicated, while importantly at the same time contribute to the Trust’s activities and make a difference to the lives of so many people across our communities. Thank you.”
Since 1990, the Trust has improved the health and wellbeing of the local community through football and other activities which promote safe and healthy lifestyles.
In the 2020/21 season alone, the charity engaged with 28,516 people across its various programmes across Hull and East Yorkshire.
The shirts, which feature the Tigers Trust logo on the front, were worn during the Tigers’ 1-0 defeat to Fulham in February and each match-worn shirt has since been signed by each individual member of the playing squad.
Items available also include squad signed warm-up shirts and squad signed home shirts.
A huge thank you once again to Giacom who kindly donated their front-of-shirt sponsorship for the game making this all possible and thank you to anyone who has made a bid so far.
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