SUPPORTERS have less than 24 hours to bid for one of Andy Sinton’s match-worn QPR away shirts.
Our Club Ambassador is auctioning the garment to raise money for QPR’s Down’s syndrome football team, the Tiger Cubs.
The shirt – a popular ‘Dennis The Menace’ design – was worn by the R’s in the first season of the Premier League in 1992/93. This season is synonymous with Rangers, as Gerry Francis’ side famously clinched a fifth-place finish and claimed the title of ‘top London club’ that summer.
The shirt itself is long sleeved, size 42/44 and it will be personally signed with a message for the winner before being posted.
Please CLICK HERE to bid.
Sinton also wore the shirt when he recently hosted #QPRQuizNight and he hopes that the auction can raise some money for a very good cause.
He said: “The QPR Tiger Cubs are very close to the hearts of everyone at QPR and I hope that this auction can raise some important funds that help to maintain the running of the team.
“I made a lot of good memories in this shirt; it was a brilliant season for the club and my last at QPR. Football tops weren’t fitted as tightly back then, so it looks huge! I hope a QPR fan can give it a nice, new home.”
All proceeds raised from the shirt auction will go towards the fundraising total of QPR’s #WalkFromHome campaign, which is being used as a replacement for the #TigerFeet11 charity walk.
#TigerFeet11 had to be postponed in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Want to get involved in #WalkFromHome? CLICK HERE to find out more.