Win George Lloyd's match-worn CPAG shirt

by Cheltenham Town in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

Win George Lloyd's match-worn CPAG shirt
We did it
On 20th February 2024 we successfully raised £985 with 83 supporters in 8 days

Enter our charity prize draw to win George Lloyd's unique match-worn shirt, raising money for Child Poverty Action Group.

by Cheltenham Town in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

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 New stretch target

Amazing, We've hit our target in a matter of hours! But let's keep this going because every penny we raise will go to Child Poverty Action Group and its vital work. 

You could win George Lloyd's unique match-worn CPAG shirt and play your part in tackling child poverty.

Cheltenham Town have been working alongside Mira Showers to drive awareness of Child Poverty Action Group and raise as much money as possible for their work.

We launched the collaborative campaign back in October, inviting young supporters to design our brand new 'community' third kit.

In the end more than 1,200 local school children from 60 schools took part with Ruby Barnes winning after boss Darrell Clarke singled out her design.

The men's first team wore the eye-catching design against Shrewsbury Town on Boxing Day, proudly led out by Ruby.

Striker George Lloyd – who was born locally and been at the club since the age of nine – scored both goals in the 2-0 at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium.

This is the chance to win the shirt he wore that day – a true one-off. It will only be used once.

Entries are £5 each, and you can enter as many times as you want. The more you buy, the better chance you have of winning the keepsake, and every penny will go towards the charity.

The prize draw will close on Saturday, February 17 (at 9pm) after the Port Vale match. We'll announce the winner on the following Monday.

Good luck!


Help us imagine a better future

Poverty affects every aspect of a child’s life, from growing up in cramped, damp homes to going without a warm winter coat and being left behind on school trips.

It means childhoods filled with worry. Kids in poverty often do less well at school. Poverty damages their health and future life chances.

  • 4.2 million children in the UK are growing up in poverty – that’s 9 in a classroom of 30.

  • 900,000 kids in poverty in England alone miss out on free school meals.

  • 48 per cent of children from Black and minority ethnic groups in the UK are in poverty, compared with 25 per cent of children in white families.

This season we are working together with Child Poverty Action Group to drive awareness of, and as much fundraising as possible to support their vital work.


You can still bid for all the other match-worn shirts from the match against Shrewsbury Town in our online auction, in conjunction with our friends at AMS Auctions. Take a look at the full catalogue online.

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Win George Lloyd's match-worn CPAG shirt
Completely-Suzuki Stadium, Whaddon Rd, Cheltenham, GL52 5NA.

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