The perfect opportunity for supporters to win the ultimate piece of fan memorabilia...
Moors fans can now bid on a match-worn shirt from the memorable Emirates FA Cup 3-2 win over Scunthorpe United last Sunday.
Every player who featured against the Irons, will have their shirt up for grabs, including the shirt worn by two-goal hero Stephen Gleeson!
It is the perfect opportunity for supporters to win the ultimate piece of fan memorabilia as well as show support for the Royal British Legion and the Moors Foundation.
Each shirt is a match worn, poppy embroidered shirt, signed by your favourite player and they are available to bid on from today.
Click HERE to start bidding!
Opening bids start at £50 but the club hopes to raise substantially more and help make a real difference to two incredibly worthwhile causes.
All proceeds from the auction will be split between the RBL and the club’s foundation, meaning your contribution goes a long way to helping people in need.
The shirts also made an appearance during Moors’ 2-0 league triumph at Altrincham on Wednesday evening which saw Jimmy Shan’s side jump to fourth in the table.
You can bid until the evening of our next FA Cup adventure at Morecambe on 28 November, when hopefully we will be toasting our first-ever foray into the third round of the competition!
The Royal British Legion is the UK’s largest Armed Forces charity. The legion provides lifelong support to serving and ex-serving personnel and their families.
It is a great cause and one to which Moors is proud to show their backing. It would be incredible to raise a significant amount to honour our brave service men and women.
*All shirts will be washed in line with the relevant Covid procedure prior to sending out.
Sacrifice. Remembrance. Reflection. Respect.
Today’s game with Halifax should have seen Moors play out their dedicated Remembrance Day fixture but due to a member of the first team testing positive for Covid-19, the match has been postponed.
Despite this, Moors still carried out their Remembrance Day Commemoration Service which you can watch HERE.
It was a lovely gesture which saw Moors CEO Anne-Marie Eden, place a commemorative wreath on the centre circle and observe a minute’s silence.
The ceremony was accompanied by bugler Antonio Socci, who played both the Last Post and the Reveille as Moors paid respect to those brave souls who lost their lives fighting for their country.
Pick up a piece of Moors history by purchasing one of our limited edition
matchday programmes HERE.
This offering is a special remembrance edition and is priced at just £3,
packed full of all the Moors content you thrive off.
A double spread of the programme is dedicated to Remembrance Day
2020, where the club honour former Moor Green FC players who fought
and ultimately sacrificed their lives in the First World War and Second
It might have had a week off for the Emirates FA Cup, but our 32-page
programme is back. With only 100 available, you’d better be quick.