Portsmouth Football Club are raising funds for the Royal British Legion by auctioning off match-worn poppy shirts.
Blues players wore poppies on their shirts on Saturday during the League One match with Charlton to mark Armistice Day.
And all profits go to the Royal British Legion‘s Poppy appeal, which – thanks to your donations and generous support – will provide support to the Armed Forces community, wherever or whenever it is needed.
The shirts are available on the club's memorabilia store, with the auctions beginning at 6pm on Tuesday, November 14.
Bidding closes at 8pm on Sunday, November 19.