By Dan King - Newcastle United Club Reporter
More than 60 items of Newcastle United players' kit will be auctioned when the second batch of items offered by the Newcastle United Foundation go live on Sunday.
The club's official charity is aiming to raise thousands of pounds by selling off the kit from last term, and last Sunday saw the first set of shorts, training jackets, jumpers and boots released.
That auction closes from 2pm on Sunday, so there's still time to place a bid, while 64 new items will be added soon afterwards.
Among them is a pair of boots worn by Shola Ameobi (pictured), goalkeeper gloves signed by Tim Krul and plenty of home and away shorts - including one-off shorts which were only worn in August's derby win over Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.
The auction runs for just over four weeks, until 25th June. Each listing lasts for seven days, with a new batch of items added every Sunday until everything is sold out, and so far fans have been bidding in their droves.
Listings will be on Newcastle United Foundation's eBay auction site and every penny raised will go to the Foundation to help support local children and families.