By Andrew Cawthorne, BBC Sport – UKFootballers’ kits are going up for sale on eBay.
The shirts, which have been worn by stars such as Michael Owen, Michael Carrick and Ashley Cole, were worn during the 2012-13 season.
They are worth £12,000 to £13,000 and will be auctioned off to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
The team’s kit will also go up in the Guinness World Records in June, along with a number of other items.
The kit will go up on Saturday, June 14.
“We are hoping to raise some money for the charity,” said team chairman Chris Foulkes.
“It’s a great moment for the football club to be selling something that represents the club.”
The kit is based on a replica of the club’s iconic blue and white kit, with the number nine printed in white on the chest, as well as the words “Loyalty to the Club” on the back.
It was worn by Michael Owen and Ashley Taylor during the 2011-12 season, as they both scored a hat-trick in the FA Cup final.
It will go for £10,000 on the auction site.
The shirt is a classic blue with a white armband with the word “England” printed on it, while the number 9 is printed in a silver trim.
The sleeve is white, with a dark grey collar and sleeve, and the front has a white cowl.
The front panel is made of a dark blue fabric, while two small red stripes are attached to the sleeve.
It is made from a polyester polyester, which has a light-coloured tinge.
It has a collar, neck and sleeve.
The back is made up of a grey and black striping with the words England on the front and the club badge on the side.
The number 9 on the kit is printed on the inside, and has a black centre patch.
It also has a matching sleeve.
Foulke added: “It has got the famous number 9 across the back and on the sleeve, which is great, and that is where the real value comes in.”
The auction, which will be held at the Westfield Stratford Centre, will also be attended by football fans from all over the world.
The footballers are expected to speak at the event, as will a number local clubs.
It comes after the British and Irish Lions’ jersey was auctioned by the team at the World Cup in June.
The jersey has sold for more than £2m and was later returned to the team after a number players opted to wear the jersey during the tournament.
The jerseys of the likes of Owen and Cole were also sold, with proceeds going to the Cancer Research charity.
“This jersey is a tribute to the loyalty and passion of the players of the Lions,” Foulks said.
“Our team is proud to be one of the most passionate in the game today and our jersey is part of that tradition of the game, and to show our gratitude to them for their hard work and dedication to the cause of cancer.””
Our team is proud to be one of the most passionate in the game today and our jersey is part of that tradition of the game, and to show our gratitude to them for their hard work and dedication to the cause of cancer.”