STEETON are continuing to raise money to help fund their move to Marley for next season, and have hit upon the idea of selling match-worn shirts from memorable moments in their history.

They sold a number of shirts worn in a Keighley Cup final and a West Riding County FA Premier Division Cup final for £10 each plus postage. These were snapped up within hours.

One of the biggest occasions in Steeton's history was when they reached the WRCFA Challenge Cup final in 2014, and got the chance to run out at Elland Road.

The club may have fallen short that day, losing 5-2 to Field, but the memories have not faded, and Steeton decided to sell five outfield shirts and two goalkeeper ones from the game.

They have been shifting these via a bidding process, asking for bids of at least £20.

The club decided to sell some black Hummel training shirts too.

The venture has gone well for Steeton, who have sold everything except one of the goalkeeper shirts from Elland Road at the time of writing.

Steeton have currently raised £2,400 in their Marley campaign, and will be hoping to get as close to their target of £10,000 as they can over the coming months.