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Bid For a Piece of Chesterfield History

18 June 2015

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Here's your chance to bid for a piece of Chesterfield history - as Sky Bet are auctioning a signed Chesterfield shirt plus a medal from the 2013/14 League Two triumph.

After another thrilling Football League season, Sky Bet are updating their ‘Winner’s Wall’ at their Leeds Headquarters, meaning that until June 24, Chesterfield fans can bid to get their hands on a signed team shirt which has been framed alongside a Sky Bet League 2 winners medal and photograph of the team’s victory celebrations. 

This once in a lifetime items give Chesterfield fans a chance to take home a piece of their club’s history, while helping in the fight against Rett Syndrome. 

All money raised will be put towards research to help beat the syndrome, which impacts thousands of people in the UK alone.

Rett Syndrome is a neurological disorder that predominately strikes little girls around the time of their first birthday affecting nearly every aspect of their lives; taking away their ability to walk, talk and use their hands. 

Club captain Ian Evatt said: “This is a fantastic cause and it’s great that we can play our part and help out. 

“The framed shirt and winner’s medal is an incredible part of our club’s history and so I’m urging all Chesterfield fans to get bidding and show what our football family can do to help raise an amazing amount for charity.” 

The auction is live on Sky Bet’s eBay site and runs until June 24, so make sure you don’t miss out and visit the site at where you can view and bid on all the items on offer.

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