The National Football Museum in Manchester has launched a national football shirt amnesty to help charity, the ‘Street Child World Cup’ make a difference to the lives of street children across the world.
The museum is asking householders across Britain to dig into their wardrobes to find their old football shirts. Those old and unused Sheffield Wednesday strips can help bring new joy to homeless children across the world.
The team at the National Football Museum aims to collect as many old football shirts as possible to help the charity and Owls fans can donate their unwanted shirts to the museum!
The National Football Shirt Amnesty runs from 15th August – 26th September this year.
Donated football shirts should be sent or delivered to:
National Football Shirt Amnesty
National Football Museum
Manchester M4 3BG
For information about Street Child United, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org 0207 324 4621