Ukrainian Wycombe Wanderers shirts go up for auction online

Wycombe Wanderers have so far raised over £8,000 through an online auction to help the humanitarian appeal in Ukraine.

Good Friday [April 15]the Chairboys wore a unique blue and yellow home shirt in their 2-0 win over Plymouth Argyle at Adams Park, with all shirts going on sale to help the war-torn country.

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At the time of writing, £8,457 has so far been raised, with the following kits available to purchase.

These items are:

  • A shirt signed by the whole team (Highest bid at time of writing: £705)
  • Garath McCleary’s shirt (Highest bid at time of writing: £780)
  • Brandon Hanlan shirt (Highest bid at time of writing: £405)
  • Daryl Horgan shirt (Highest bid at time of writing: £360)
  • Ryan Tafazolli’s shirt (Highest bid at time of writing: £405)
  • Sullay Kaikai’s shirt (Highest bid at time of writing: £335)
  • Chris Forino’s shirt Highest bid at time of writing: £605)
  • Adebayo Akinfenwa shirt (Highest bid at time of writing: £605)
  • Olly Pendlebury’s shirt (Highest bid at time of writing: £265)
  • Shirt from Dom Gape (Highest bid at time of writing: £401)
  • Joe Jacobson’s shirt (Highest bid at time of writing: £685)
  • Jack Grimmer’s shirt (Highest bid at time of writing: £355)
  • Jason McCarthy’s shirt (Highest bid at time of writing: £395)
  • David Wheeler shirt (Highest bid at time of writing: £385)
  • Jordan Obita shirt (Highest bid at time of writing: £375)
  • Josh Scowen’s shirt (Highest bid at time of writing: £525)
  • David Stockdale shirt (Highest bid at time of writing: £361)
  • Sam Vokes First Half Shirt (Highest bid at time of writing: £510)

The auction will end on Sunday evening.

The shirts were designed to support Ukraine after neighboring Russia invaded the country in late February this year which saw millions flee their homeland.

And to help those who were unable to leave the country, people and organizations organized charity days and fundraisers to help the Ukrainian people.

The unique shirts were worn on April 15 (Carol Mason)

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Most notably, Aylesbury Vale Dynamos hosted a free game against Risborough Rangers if people donated clothes to help the country, along with African football charity, Kit Aid.

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Overall, thousands of items of clothing were donated, including 15 rare Wycombe Wanderers shirts.

This led to the club and Bucks Free Press working together, and ultimately over £1,100 was raised through an auction we organized through the Non League club.

To bid, go to www.jumblebee.co.uk/wwfcukraineshirtfundraiser.

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