Swansea City launch match-worn shirt auction to raise money for Former Players' Association

30th March
Former Players Association
FPA shirt auction

Swansea City supporters can get their hands on a rare piece of club memorabilia and raise money for our Former Players’ Association (FPA) with the online auction of the limited edition commemorative kit our players will wear against Queens Park Rangers on Monday.

The design, which marks - and is inspired by - the 30th anniversary of the Swans’ historic Autoglass Trophy triumph on our first trip to Wembley in 1994, will only be worn in our Easter Monday fixture.

And the club are offering supporters the opportunity to secure one of the match shirts, with all money raised from the auction being donated to the FPA.

The FPA launched in August 2021 with the aim to reunite those who have worn the club shirt, and wish to continue or renew their links to Swansea City. 

The association provides opportunities for ex-players, both men and women, to attend matches, meet other ex-players and to come along to social events such as charity walks and coffee mornings.  

It also offers financial aid to members who may be facing challenging circumstances in their lives after football.

Shirts worn by Swansea City players in Monday’s match will be available to bid on in a live auction. This will include match-worn and match-issued shirts, which will be available to view from 2pm on Monday, after team line-ups have been confirmed.

The link will be available on our website and social media channels from 2pm on matchday.

The auction will go live and accept bids from 3pm on Monday, it will conclude on Tuesday, April 9 at 8pm.