Arsenal Direct launches auction platform
Wed 2nd Apr 2014 | Marketing & PR
Arsenal Football Club has announceD the launch of a new official auction site, giving supporters the chance to bid for a host of unique 'money-can't-buy' club memorabilia.
Supporters will now be able to bid on a range of unique products, including 'money-can't-buy' one-off framed signed shirts from Jack Wilshere and Mesut Ozil, match-worn shirts by Wojciech Szczesny, training products and other personalised player apparel.
Working with SportNex, one of the largest specialist football auction platforms that operates sites for 40 professional clubs, the new facility follows the successful launch of ‘The Signature Collection’ last year. This gives fans the chance to purchase a range of officially endorsed exclusive memorabilia.
Auctions will last for a week, some lots will subject to a reserve while others will have no minimum price. A maximum of four items will be on auction at any one time.
Visit arsenal.sport-auction.com to keep abreast of all the items going under the hammer.
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Posted by: Kev Howland
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