Sheffield Wednesday’s FA Cup fifth round home shirts, displaying the Sheffield Children’s Hospital Charity logo on the sleeve, are now available for auction.
The FA Cup tie last Saturday with Swansea at Hillsborough saw the Owls don the one-off Children's Hospital Charity sleeve design dedicated to the hospital in a match broadcast live on BT Sports and BeIN Sports.
The FA Cup allows football clubs the opportunity to wear alternative logos from those of the Premier League and EFL on players’ sleeves. With this in mind, Wednesday worked hand in hand with the Children’s Hospital to generate invaluable exposure for this wonderful cause.
Each and every shirt worn by the Owls was donated to The Children’s Hospital Charity and now fans can help make a huge difference to the lives of the young patients at the hospital and their families.
All 18 signed match-worn shirts are now listed on the Children’s Hospital Charity eBay page: CLICK HERE to place your bids!
Winners can choose from a selection of postage options, including Royal Mail Tracked (protected up to £100), Royal Mail Special Delivery (protected up to £500) or collection from the Hospital’s Charity Office.
Buyers wishing to collect in person must arrange an appointment in advance by calling 0114 271 7203 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Bidding will close just before the Owls' take on Swansea in the FA Cup replay on Tuesday 27 February, live on BBC One.