Newcastle match worn kit and training gear have been donated by the NUFC first team squad to an online charity auction.

However, after running for a week, many of the 76 items have very low current winning bids and indeed at least a dozen pieces of Newcastle match worn kit currently have NO bids.

Newcastle match worn kit donated by Lascelles, Yedlin, Ritchie, Diame, Aarons, Lazaar and others haven’t yet attracted a single bid.

The players donated their match worn shirts, shorts and training kit to the official Newcastle United charity, the Foundation, which works with local people in excellent community initiatives.

Sadly, despite the official status of the charity, the club have given the charity auction zero publicity, which explains the low prices and in many cases, no bids as all.

Bids close on the 76 lots just after 5pm on Sunday (11 June), so still time to bid.

It is a win-win situation as you could get hold of some cracking Newcastle match worn kit AND help raise valuable funds for the charity – a rock bottom bid is better than no bid at all!!

In addition, they must have found an old pair of Gini Wijnaldum’s match worn and signed boots hiding somewhere, as they are currently going for £103.

Also, there is a full set of home matchday programmes from last season, signed by the cover stars, including Rafa Benitez. The winning bid on these is currently £170.

Bid now to grab a unique piece of Newcastle United memorabilia AND raise money for a great cause.

The online charity auction includes all kinds of exclusive NUFC kit and memorabilia donated by the Newcastle United players from this past season.

To view and/or bid on the match worn NUFC kit go HERE.

Every penny raised by this charity initiative will go to the club’s charity wing, Newcastle United Foundation, to use to help fund their work in the local community.

Every penny raised will go to help support local children and families (Registered charity no. 1124896), CLICK HERE to view this unique Newcastle United memorabilia and/or to make a bid.

(NB: Watch out – when it just says signed shirt and doesn’t specifically say ‘match worn’ in the title description, they are usually replica shirts and not the actual ones worn by the players this past season, so fully check the description before making a bid)