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This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

The Homeless World Cup is the FSF’s nominated charity for 2009 and has a number of signed football shirts that you might well be interested in. The shirts are all on and with only six days until the auction closes you’d better get your bid in soon if you don’t want to miss out! Aside from having a rather snazzy piece of kit to show off to your mates you’ll also sleep well at night safe in the knowledge that you’ve done your bit for charity.

Click here to visit ebay and bid for a signed shirt.

The Homeless World Cup uses football as a vehicle to help the homeless transform their lives. Work in more than 70 countries since the programme began has engaged 100,000 homeless players with 70% experiencing a ‘significant life change’. This can mean coming off drugs and alcohol, moving into homes, jobs, education and training, or even becoming coaches and players. Read more on the Homeless World Cup.

Visit the Homeless World Cup’s page on ebay for pictures and further details. Strips and signatures available:

  • Blackburn Rovers home shirts signed by Kevin Gallacher
  • Celtic shirts signed by Andy Walker and Darren Jackson
  • Chelsea shirt signed by Jason Cundy, Clive Walker & Gary Chivers
  • Hibs shirt signed by Keith Wright
  • Manchester City shirt signed by Ian Brightwell
  • Manchester United shirt signed by Arthur Albiston
  • Middlesbrough shirts signed by Bernie Slaven, Steve Vickers, Robbie Mustoe, Curtis Fleming and John Hendrie
  • Newcastle United shirt signed by John Anderson
  • WBA shirt signed by Richard Sneekes

If you have any further queries or would like to get involved please email Robin at the Homeless World Cup.

FSF members have already helped raise funds for the charity at Fans’ Parliament 2009 and WorldNET 09 but special congratulations should also go to Southampton fan Keith Carter whose bid of £300 won him an England shirt signed by Sir Bobby Charlton. Well done, Keith!

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Funding partners

  • The Football Association
  • Premier Leage Fans Fund


  • Gamble Aware
  • Co-operatives UK
  • FSE
  • Kick It Out
  • Level Playing Field
  • Living Wage Foundation
  • Pledgeball
  • SD Europe