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Your chance to win a signed England shirt & more

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

Everyone loves a bargain and we couldn’t help but notice the National Association of Disabled Supporters currently have a massive auction going on via the bid4sport website. There’s a huge collection of signed shirts and footballs, memorabilia and match tickets – it’s well worth checking out.

At this point we’d normally list the clubs with items on offer but there’s far too many and we’re feeling a bit lazy so you’d better just check it out for yourself here. Suffice to say if you support a league club there’s a better chance there’ll be something there than not.

The swankiest thing on there at present is probably the signed England shirt which has a starting bid of £200. Although in this dark economic climate the budget range signed Kieron Richardson picture might well gather more interest, who knows, these are turbulent times!

It’s all for a good cause and well done to the clubs and FA who donated these items.

Click here to visit the auction.

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