HARTLEPOOL UNITED have revealed a one-off kit to be worn by the players this weekend in support of the British Legion’s Poppy Appeal.

Pools became one of the first 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.

Now Craig Harrison's side have linked-up with kit partners BLK to produce this design which will be on show at Boreham Wood in the National League on Saturday.

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The shirts have a manipulated club crest surrounded with a tribute “Their Name Liveth For Evermore”.

The keeper kit, worn by Scott Loach in one of the photos, is designed in Army camouflage colours.

  • Hartlepool will be informing fans how to bid for the shirts in a charity auction next week when they will raise money for the British Legion’s Poppy Appeal.