The Premier League has been proud to support The Royal British Legion since 2012, making a significant contribution to raising much-needed funds to help people in the Armed Forces community.
As we mark 75 years since the end of World War II, during Premier League matches on the weekend of 30 October to 2 November and the weekend starting 7 November 2020, players and match officials wore special-edition shirts embroidered with a poppy.
The players' match-worn and signed shirts are being auctioned throughout November and December, with the funds raised going to The Royal British Legion.
In previous years the auctioning of these shirts has helped to raised more than £2.3million in total for the charity.
This money will help the Legion offer support in many ways including providing crisis grants, lobbying the government on issues that affect the Armed Forces community, providing sport and art based recovery programmes and advising on benefits and money problems.
Fan can also show their support with a club-branded pin badge.