Mansfield Town launch online shirt auction to raise cash for NHS
Mansfield Town has launched an online auction of its players' match-worn charity shirts, with all profits being sent to the local NHS.
The club initially raised over £3,800 from replica, limited-edition sales of the charity shirt, which were used towards the purchase of patient monitors within the Endoscopy Unit of King's Mill Hospital.
The shirts now in auction were worn by the Stags’ first team in Tuesday’s thrilling draw against Forest Green Rovers, to mark one year since the country entered its first lockdown.
There is also the option of having your match-worn charity shirt signed by the individual player.
Every player in the matchday squad against Forest Green has a shirt available to purchase. Meanwhile, a signed charity shirt from the manager, Nigel Clough, will be launched to the above auction website next week.