CLUB MEMORABILIA AVAILABLE IN ONLINE CHARITY AUCTION
The latest Chelsea online auction goes live today with the chance for supporters to get their hands on some exclusive club memorabilia.
From a Champions League ball signed by Didier Drogba, to the match shirt worn by Gary Cahill in our pre-season game against the Singha All Stars, complete with Thai numbers and lettering, these unique items are available for fans to bid for until 13 November.
There is also a signed Frank Lampard England shirt [pictured below], designed especially to mark the midfielder reaching 100 caps for the national side, as well as Marco Van Ginkel's presentation shirt, which is signed by the Dutch youngster.
All proceeds from the auction go to the Chelsea Foundation, which uses the power of sport to provide coaching, health and social inclusion programmes throughout the UK and internationally.
The Foundation believes the power of football can bring about positive changes in people's lives and their communities, address inequalities in society and boost health and fitness.
On top of our outstanding football development programmes, the Chelsea Foundation works on a broad range of initiatives focusing on employment, education, social deprivation, crime reduction, youth offending and much more.