The club's charitable arm are auctioning Albion shirts from the Norwich game.
Albion in the Community is currently auctioning off a number of signed match issued Brighton & Hove Albion home shirts from the 5-0 win over Norwich City.
The game against the Canaries, which took place back in October, was designated as an Albion in the Community takeover day and saw the charity raise thousands of pounds to help fund a new wheelchair-accessible minibus.
The club have have donated all the shirts from that game to AITC, and the charity is auctioning them off online, with bids starting at £50 for each shirt.
LATEST NEWS FROM SEAGULLS.CO.UK
- REPORT: BLACKBURN 2 ALBION 3
- KAYAL'S COMEBACK TRAIL
- HUGHTON: VICTORY THOROUGHLY DESERVED
- GALLERY: BLACKBURN ROVERS
- DUFFY DELIGHTED TO GET OFF THE MARK
Included in the 18 shirts up for auction are those issued to Anthony Knockaert, Bruno, David Stockdale, Lewis Dunk and Glenn Murray, who scored a hat-trick in the team’s 5-0 win.
Money raised from the auction will go to AITC to help fund its award-winning disability football programme and other work throughout Sussex.
This is a fantastic opportunity for fans to own a piece of memorabilia from one of the club’s most-memorable games in recent seasons.
The auctions run until 19 December and fans can bid online at: https://www.charitystars.com/foundation/albion-in-the-community
Tweets by @OfficialBHAFC