Evertonians can still bid for signed match-worn shirts to raise vital funds for DEC's Turkey-Syria Earthquake Appeal.
The joint-auction, with the Blues and Liverpool uniting to support the victims of the devastating recent earthquakes, has already raised a magnificent £14,646.
Funds raised from the online auction, featuring all match-issued shirts from the recent Merseyside derby at Anfield, will go directly to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC)’s Turkey-Syria Earthquake Appeal
And with three days remaining until Saturday’s deadline, the top three bids for individual Blues’ shirts are as follows:
Seamus Coleman: £512
Amadou Onana: £428
Jordan Pickford: £417
However, there’s still time to bid for the shirt of your favourite player.
Make your bid here.
NB: Highest current bids will be shown for each individual shirt.
Closing date for the auction, run in conjunction with matchwornshirt.com, is Saturday, 4 March at 2pm.
Supporters can also donate to the appeal directly by visiting dec.org.uk.
The thoughts of everyone at Everton Football Club continue to be with all those affected by the recent earthquakes and after-shocks, in which more than 51,000 people are now known to have died.
Funds raised from the auction will help deliver much-needed aid directly to those affected.