Football Shirts For Charity aims to help fight cancer

An organization dedicated to selling football shirts from around the world sends all proceeds to help vital charities.

Football Shirts For Charity, created by Jayme Sporton and Tania Harding, offers kits from all walks of football, from international teams to local non-league teams.

The duo said: “Football is the national sport that transcends all generations and walks of life. It’s a very special community that offers belonging and togetherness.

“As huge football fanatics and having both been touched by cancer in people very close to us, we saw an opportunity to do something about it.

“We wanted to do something different. We created Football Shirts For Charity.

The group is exclusively dedicated to the sale of retro, pre-loved and vintage football shirts from around the world, whether international teams or local non-league football.

“Our slogan is that every shirt has a story,” said Jayme and Tania.

“The sight of any football shirt always brings up so many special memories and conversations.

“Football Shirts For Charity was born out of a love of knowing the pride of securing ownership of a pre-loved, historic, retro or vintage football shirt, while also contributing to vital charities.”

100% of profits made by the organization are donated to charity, with the main beneficiaries being the Bobby Moore Fund and Cancer Research UK.

Jayme and Tania continued: “The future success of our organization obviously depends on our ability to secure football shirts and associated equipment through generous donations.

“If someone has a spare football shirt that they no longer wear and are able to give it to us, that can be very helpful.

“The shirts can be sent directly to us, or we can collect them if we can.

“People can use the contact form on the website to get an address or to discuss anything else for that matter. We really like to engage with the football community and listen to good ideas from others.

For more information visit: www.footballshirtsfc.co.uk

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