Celtic has put up all the match-worn shirts from their recent game against St Mirren for auction. The proceeds from this auction will be directed towards the Celtic Foundation, furthering their mission to improve lives through football.

The jerseys that recognised the great famine on them will go to the fans who bid the highest over the next ten days.

The auction, hosted on MatchWornShirt.com, features jerseys from all the players who participated in the match. As of now, the highest bid is for Jota’s jersey, which is currently going for £600. Kyogo, Cal Mac and Maeda aren’t far behind.

The Celtic Foundation is known for its commitment to improving lives through football, and this auction is a testament to that. The funds raised will go towards supporting their various initiatives, which include providing opportunities for disadvantaged young people, promoting healthy living, and supporting other charitable causes.

The auction is a unique opportunity for fans to own a piece of Celtic FC history while also supporting a good cause. The jerseys, worn during the St Mirren game, carry the sweat and effort of the players, making them a priceless memento for any Celtic fan, even if the game ended in a 2-2 draw.

The auction is ongoing, and fans are encouraged to place their bids. With Jota’s jersey leading the pack, it will be interesting to see if any other player’s shirt will surpass it. Regardless of the outcome, the real winners of this auction are the beneficiaries of the Celtic Foundation.

This auction is a testament to Celtic FC’s commitment to their community and their fans. It’s not just about football; it’s about making a difference. So, whether you’re a fan of Jota, Joe Hart, or any other player, now is your chance to own a piece of Celtic FC history and make a difference in the process.


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