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Millwall to Raise Money for Injured Soldiers with Special Kit


Championship side Millwall have been granted permission by the league and its sponsor Euroferries to wear a special kit for their meeting with Brentford.

The special camouflage design shirts emulate the uniforms of British soldiers and will have the name of Headley Court across the chest, a rehabilitation center for injured soldiers in Surrey.


As of today, Millwall supporters and any one else looking to help can pre-order the shirt via the club's website. The Lions are looking to raise £20,000 for this special cause.

The one-off kit will be worn by the players as part of Remembrance weekend. Millwall's manager Ian Holloway volunteered his voice for the official commercial of the initiative, reciting a World War I poem by John McCrae.

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