Charlotte Wardlaw's Liverpool Bench Worn Shirt- Limited-Edition
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Bid for a limited-edition 2022/23 Liverpool FC ‘Futuremakers by Standard Chartered’ shirt signed by Charlotte Wardlaw.
Futuremakers is a global initiative by Official Main Partner, Standard Chartered, that aims to help underserved young people around the world to learn, earn and grow through programmes that focus on education, employability and entrepreneurship.
This limited-edition shirt was bench-worn by Liverpool FC Women's defender Charlotte Wardlaw during the match against Arsenal Women on 23rd October 2022.
Bench-worn red 2022/23 Home LFC Women shirt
Futuremakers by Standard Chartered logo
Signed by Charlotte Wardlaw
LFC Liver bird on chest
Player’s name and number on the back
Official Liverpool FC Certificate of Authenticity
- In condition as donated.
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