Wrexham AFC Charity Auction

Wrexham AFC Charity Auction

Charity Auction

Town & Country and Wrexham AFC have teamed up to conduct a Charity Online Auction. The new Wrexham AFC third shirt worn by the players in their FA trophy game against Folkestone Invicta.

The auction will take place online via the Town & Country website, registration is now open.

Auction date: 24th January 2022

All funds raised will be donated to Shelter.

How it works...

Register a free account via Town & Country's website, after you have completed your account you will shortly be approved to bid.

The bidding opens at 09:00 on Monday 24th January and ends on 21:00 on Monday 24th January, please see individual items for end time.

When the bidding opens you will be able to place your bid, if you have the highest bid at the end of the countdown you will have won!

Following the auction, Town & Country will contact you to collect payment of your successful bid and arrange for delivery / collection of your item.

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About us

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Wrexham Football Club is no ordinary football club. Founded in 1864, just one year after the Football Association first met and the Laws of the Game were first written, Wrexham is the third oldest professional football club in the world.

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Established in 2010, Town & Country Property Auctions are leaders within the industry. Our No Fuss, Fast & FREE approach to selling at auction has gone from strength to strength year on year. Having offices throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland, we can offer our free to sell at auction service Nationwide.

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Homelessness has risen dramatically over the last decade. The pandemic has shown us the importance of having a safe home like never before - yet more than 180,000 households have been made homeless since March 2020. With a tough winter ahead even more people could lose their homes. Shelter’s frontline services are working harder than ever to help people find and keep a home, but we can’t do it alone.

Football Clubs have come together to support the #NoHomeKit campaign, which saw teams swap their home shirts for their Boxing Day fixtures. With Wrexham’s game postponed, we elected to wear our third shirts against Folkestone instead – and raise money and awareness for this important cause.

The aims of the #NoHomeKit campaign are to:

• Raise awareness of the scale of homelessness across the country
• Raise funds to support Shelter’s frontline services and its campaigns to end the housing emergency for good