Huddersfield Town fans still have chance to raise money for three charities, thank keyworkers – and claim a piece of unique football memorabilia.

Brighouse-based recruitment firm BPM Tech sponsored the Town shirts for the game against Cardiff and gave 100 keyworkers the chance to have their names included on the logo on the front.

Now the company is running a prize draw for three of the match-worn shirts and other Town collectors’ items – and running an online auction for six other match-worn shirts.

Prizes in the prize draw are shirts worn by Richard Keogh, Rarmani Edmonds-Green and Romoney Crichlow-Noble.

Other prizes include a signed photo of Christopher Schindler’s promotion-winning penalty at Wembley, a framed programme from the victory over Manchester United signed by Aaron Mooy and Laurent Depoitre, a Town shirt signed by the whole squad and a £50 voucher for a sportswear website.

Six match-worn shirts from the Cardiff game are being auctioned including those of Dwayne Holmes and Naby Sarr.

Entry to the prize draw costs £5.18 (which includes an online card fee) and all proceeds from the prize draw and the auction will be shared by Andy’s Man Club, the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice in Huddersfield and Overgate Hospice in Elland.

The draw will be made at midday on April 9 in a Facebook Live broadcast.

To enter click here.