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Newcastle’s 7 World Cup Stars Put Match Worn Kit Up For Grabs To Fans

7 years ago

Seven Newcastle United World Cup stars bound for Brazil, have donated match worn Newcastle kit to help kids and families on Tyneside.

Along with the rest of Newcastle United’s squad last year, they are giving fans the chance to own match (and training) worn players’ kit, from the NUFC squad last season.

The World Cup seven are Tim Krul, Cheick Tiote, Shola Ameobi, Loic Remy, Yohan Cabaye and Moussa Sissoko.

Shirts, shorts – all could be yours if you make the winning bid.

Newcastle United’s Foundation, which is the charitable arm of the club, is auctioning off various unique pieces of player worn kit and other unique items.

This is the second batch of unique Newcastle United memorabilia to be available and the auction runs until noon next Sunday (15 June).

CLICK HERE to see the unique Newcastle United memorabilia on offer and/or to make a bid.

Players and management have donated match worn boots, shirts, shorts, training gear and other items from the season, appealing to fans who want to show their support for the Club’s official charity.

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.


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