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13 December 2018

Paul Hazlewood
Lewis Dunk wearing his Albion poppy shirt and celebrating his goal against Cardiff City.

Still hunting for that perfect Christmas present for a Brighton & Hove Albion supporter? How about a signed special-edition match-worn poppy shirt from the club’s Premier League fixtures against Everton and Cardiff City?

The green away shirts, and yellow/black goalkeeper shirts, worn by Albion’s players in the respective matches are on auction until the evening of Friday 14th December, with all proceeds going towards the Royal British Legion.

The Seagulls joined the 19 other Premier League clubs in wearing the special-edition shirts during matches played across Remembrance weekend.

The Premier League has been supporting The Royal British Legion since 2012, making a significant contribution to raise much-needed funds to help people in the Armed Forces community.

The money raised from the auction will help the Legion offer support in many ways - including providing crisis grants, researching the long lasting impact of blast injuries on the body, lobbying the government on issues that affect our community, sport and art-based recovery programmes and advising on benefits and money problems.

Click here to bid on poppy shirts from Albion’s games against the Toffees and Bluebirds.

Looking for a fan of another club? Click here to view shirts from the 19 other Premier League clubs.

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