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Take home this England and Wales Cricket Board 2018 Test Poppy Shirt signed by Stuart Broad.

The England cricket team has played 1010 Test matches, winning 365 and losing 300. The team has won The Ashes 32 times.


  • Short-sleeved 2018 test shirt
  • Signed by Stuart Broad on front
  • Number 638 on front
  • Limited edition Poppy shirt (the Poppy badge was put onto the shirt after the match)
  • Three lions badge on chest
  • Sponsor NatWest logo on chest
  • Sponsor New Balance logo on right sleeve
  • Sponsor NatWest logo on left sleeve

Please note: This item was made available to the players on matchday and differs from shirts found on general sale. It is possible that this shirt was worn by the player for the match and then washed afterwards but it cannot be guaranteed.

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Donated by
England and Wales Cricket Board

Item #P29235

  • In condition as donated.

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