Last chance to bid for a match worn Wanderers poppy shirt

How would you like to get your hands on a signed Wanderers match worn shirt and raise money for charity at the same time?

Following November’s Remembrance Day fixture at Macron Stadium against Norwich City, Bolton Wanderers are putting the Poppy shirts from the game’s matchday squad up for auction with a donation going towards the Royal British Legion.

Having auctioned off 19 shirts last month, we have an additional batch of shirts remaining if you missed out first time around!

Featuring the Whites' unique poppy with "Bolton Wanderers Remember" and the date of the match on the front, each shirt will be signed by the individual player with all auctions starting at 8pm tonight (Tuesday 9 January) on the club’s eBay page.

With the auctions staying live for the next seven days, the following poppy shirts are up for grabs!

Dorian Dervite, Jem Karacan, Adam Le Fondre, Will Buckley, Ben Alnwick, Gary Madine, Derik Osede, Adam Armstrong, Stephen Darby, Karl Henry, David Wheater and Mark Howard


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A number of last season’s match worn poppy shirts against Peterborough United will also be up for grabs in the upcoming weeks, so visit the club’s eBay page to see what is on offer and to place your bid!


Bolton Wanderers Football Club would like to thank all supporters who donated at The Poppy Appeal Remembrance match against Norwich City on Saturday 4 November, with a total of £1,023 being raised!

The club would also like to thank Horwich Air Cadets for volunteering to collect outside Macron Stadium, and to Serving Personnel from The 4th Battalion, The Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment and 216 Battery, The Royal Artillery for their assistance at the game. 

To raise even more money for The Royal British Legion, visit the club’s eBay page and bid on one of our 2017/18 signed match worn poppy shirts.


The Royal British Legion are looking for members to join their Horwich branch. Please use the link to become a member and select Horwich branch when prompted.

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