On Saturday 15th February 2020 Cheltenham Town FC will wear a Hollie Gazzard Trust inspired kit for their match against Leyton Orient. It will be the first time in 56 years that the club will wear an all-white home kit.

The joint-initiative is designed to celebrate the life of Hollie Gazzard.

The eagled-eyed will have noticed that there are two versions of this celebratory kit (pictured below). The player issue shirt bears the words ”Hollie Gazzard Trust” from the charity logo, which is available to purchase from Cheltenham Town FC on their website or via the club shop. The charity also has a limited number of shirts in various sizes available to puchase that includes the full charity logo. Adult shirts are £40 each, with kids sizes £30 each. We have limited stock and all proceeds support the charity. To order please email [email protected] then we can arrange payment and collection. Alternatively, there will be a stall in the Robins Nest from midday on Saturday 15th February at the Jonny Rocks Stadium where shirts can be purchased.

For any Cheltenham Town FC supporter, or avid football shirt collector, both represent an opportunity to own a limited edition piece and would sit proudly in any collection.

The players matchworn shirts will be auctioned online by AMS Auctions, who have kindly agreed to play their part in this initiative and we also thank them for their support. The sale will start on Tuesday (February 18) morning and will end on Sunday with every penny going back into the organisation. There will be more information on Monday with all the details.

The two versions have been produced in accordance with EFL regulations and this has been fully supported by both Cheltenham Town FC and the Hollie Gazzard Trust.

HGT 2020 Fundraisers: Chill Dance Academy - Gloucester Free Masons / May Hill Lodge - Gloucestershire College - Gaynor Luker - Montpellier Traders - Cheltenham Rotary Club - Gemma & Josh Carter - SWAT Gloucester - Cotswold Dairy - Ageas Insurance - Barclays Bank - BJ Kennels & Cattery - Worcestershire County Council - The Beaufort Arms - South Yorkshire Police - Leyton Orient FC - Cheltenham Town FC - Kirby & Knott Financial - Mercedes Benz