End Of Season Ebay Auction Is Now LIVE!
The generosity of Newcastle United’s players is set to raise significant funds for community projects across the region over the next five weeks.
Magpies fans can bid for an array of exclusive kit and memorabilia from the 2016/17 campaign, including a pair of boots signed by Manager Rafa Benitez, here.
Players have donated a variety of items of kit, mementos and memorabilia in order for fans to show their support for the Club’s official charity.
Also being auctioned off are St. James’ Park penalty spots and corner flags from the past season.
The full set of award winning programmes from 2016/17, signed by each cover star, will also be up for grabs.
Kelly Foster, Fundraising Officer at Newcastle United Foundation, said: “We’re so grateful to Rafa Benitez and the team for once again supporting our End of Season Ebay Auction. We would like to say a huge thank you to the players for donating so many items! The funds raised will support projects across Newcastle, Gateshead, Northumberland and North Tyneside, making a real difference to some of the most disadvantaged people in our community. This is a great opportunity for the fans to own memorabilia from a truly memorable Championship winning season.”
There will be five online auctions over five consecutive weeks, with the first starting on Sunday 14th May and ending on Sunday 21 May. For each following week the auction will start on the Sunday and close the following Sunday. (E.g. week 2 will start on Sunday 21st May and end on Sunday 28 May).
All items will be listed on Newcastle United Foundation’s eBay auction site, which can be found here, and every penny raised will go to Newcastle United Foundation to help support local children and families. (Registered charity no. 1124896).
For more information, contact Kelly Foster at Newcastle United Foundation on 0844 372 1892 ext.8501 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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