Bid now for match-worn Chelsea shirts
news Wed 31 May 2017
The exclusive Building Bridges match shirts the team wore during the game against Watford on May 15 are now up for grabs to raise funds for the Chelsea Foundation.
Following our fourth Game for Equality, we have 22 match-worn or match-issued shirts to purchase including those worn by goalscorers John Terry, Cesar Azpilicueta, Michy Batshauyi and Cesc Fabregas in the 4-3 win.
The seven-goal thriller was not just a celebration for clinching the Premier League title but also of the club’s ongoing equality and diversity work.
Our annual Game for Equality highlights the club’s diversity and inclusion work as we join forces with Kick It Out, Football v Homophobia, Show Racism the Red Card, the Gay Football Supporters’ Network, the Premier League and The Football Association to underline our commitment to tackling discrimination in all forms, while promoting equality throughout the club, our communities and our supporters.
All proceeds from the auction go to towards funding the Chelsea Foundation’s equality and diversity workshops which are organised and run by our education department.
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 June 16 so click here to register your bid and be in with a chance of owning a piece of Chelsea memorabilia.