Harrogate Town are set to sell a number of match-worn shirts to fund a defibrillator for Harrogate town centre.

Shirts worn during the club’s historic 2020/21 season in which they won promotion to the English Football League will go on sale on the club’s website at 7pm tonight (Friday).

Some have been signed by first team players, including club captain Josh Falkingham and long-serving midfielders Lloyd Kerry and George Thomson.

And Town are hoping to raise £1,500 to buy a life-saving defibrillator and cabinet for Commercial Street.

Shirts have been displayed in the club’s Commercial Street shop throughout this week for viewing before being made available to purchase online.

The sale will begin at 7pm on Friday 14th January with shirts split into categories of £20, £50, £70 and £100 at a first-come-first-serve basis.

Shirts are match worn and so their condition may vary. Get involved with the sale via Harrogate Town’s online shop here.

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