Arsenal Football Club marked Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day with the entire team wearing a special one-off edition of the Club's away shirt.

Each of the blue shirts worn by the players during their 4-1 win at Wolves on November 7 was embroidered with a poppy and later signed by the player.

Since the match at the start of November, the Club has initiated a number of different auctions for the shirts. These auctions were placed on eBay, and Arsenal TV Online.
Those auctions have already raised over £14,000 for Help the Heroes and The Royal British Legion. But there are still a number of shirts available for bidding!
The Official Matchday Programme launched a silent auction for Alex Song's shirt. Supporters have until midnight on Friday, December 11 to submit their bid.
If you would like to own Alex's shirt from the Wolves game, which is also signed by Alex himself, then email your name, contact telephone number and bid amount to

The Club's official magazine is also holding a silent auction. They have Bacary Sagna's shirt from the game available for bidding, and you can make your offer by emailing Please ensure you include your name, contact telephone number and bid amount. The closing date for bidding on Bacary's shirt is also midnight on Friday, December 11. has already auctioned the shirts worn by Andrey Arshavin and Robin van Persie. We have now also managed to get our hands on the actual shirts worn by Aaron Ramsey, Kieran Gibbs and Mikael Silvestre for the match at Wolves to be used in a silent auction, which each player has individually signed.
For details of how to place a bid for one of these shirts, please click here.
Arsenal Chairman, Peter Hill-Wood said: "I know all the players were very proud to wear these special shirts and remember those who've given their lives for our freedom.  We hope the Poppy shirts can raise vital funds for Help For Heroes and The Royal British Legion, both fantastic organisations who help those who have served and are currently serving in the British Armed Forces."

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10 Dec 2009