This is your chance to own a unique piece of Leicester CityFootball Club's heritage.

Following the success of last year's auction - which raised over £2,000 for charities supported by the Foxes Foundation - this is your chance to own a unique piece of Leicester City Football Club's heritage.

The item is cut from the frieze which ran around the top of the Walkers Stadium from its opening in 2002 to its rebranding as the King Power Stadium at the beginning of last season. It is both a picture of a piece of LCFC history and a piece of that history in its own right.

The image shows Alan Young, Jim Melrose and Larry May applauding the crowd. It is made from a strong canvas-like vinyl material. It is sold as "as seen", so do bear in mind that the frieze was subject to the elements for nine years and there will be markings from weathering on it. Some of these markings may be cleanable, but some may not.

The approximate size of the image is clearly indicated, but it can be folded for transporting or for storage. It could also be easily cut down further by the purchaser, if required, using (for example) a Stanley knife or similar.

All proceeds from this auction are being donated to the Leicester City Football Club 'One in a Million' charity foundation.

Foxes Trust would like to thank Leicester City
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