Hartlepool United have revealed this year’s one-off kit to be worn by the players at Boreham Wood on Saturday in support of the British Legion’s Poppy Appeal.
Pools became one of the first clubs in the country to include a poppy emblem on their shirts back in 2006 and since then it’s become a tradition to wear a unique kit on Remembrance weekend.
They have linked up with kit partners BLK to produce this one-off design which will be on show during the game at Meadow Park on Saturday and then available to bid on in a charity auction next week.
All the shirts come with a poppy emblem and a manipulated club crest which is surrounded with the tribute: “Their Name Liveth For Evermore”, while the keeper kit is designed in army camouflage colours.
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