Game for equality shirts up for auction
Thu 13 Mar 2014
A selection of the exclusive Building Bridges match shirts the team wore during the game against Everton on 22 February are now up for grabs to raise funds for the Chelsea Foundation.
Following our first ever Game for Equality against Everton, we have seven signed match shirts available to purchase including those worn by captain John Terry and Frank Lampard, who combined in injury time to seal the 1-0 win.
Also available are the signed match-worn shirts of defensive stalwarts Petr Cech and Gary Cahill, as well as attacking trio Eden Hazard, Oscar and Fernando Torres.
The shirts worn against the Toffees are one of a kind with the club's Building Bridges logo appearing on our home shirts for the first time as part of the Game for Equality.
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 uses the game to 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.
The auction will close at midday on Monday 24 March so click on Shirt Auction to register your bid and be in with a chance of owning a piece of Chelsea memorabilia.