Limited edition lapel badges have been produced to commemorate Chesterfield's appearance in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final and raise money for a local charity.Four hundred badges have been commissioned, featuring the date of the final against Peterborough United and the two club crests.
They will be available from the Club Superstore from Saturday, priced at £3, with all the proceeds going to Ashgate Hospice.
Chesterfield director Ashley Carson ordered the badges to raise funds for Ashgate Hospice after witnessing the superb care offered by the staff there. "Both my brother-in-law and sister-in-law spent their final days being cared for in the hospice over the last six months and I wanted to recognise the outstanding work carried out by the staff," he said.
"Every penny from sales of the badges will go to Ashgate Hospice so I hope fans will buy the badges to support such a great cause."