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Signed City walkout jackets up for grabs in aid of CITC

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City in the Community (CITC) has today launched a new auction, giving you the chance to own a signed, limited edition walkout jacket.

Manchester City players wore the exclusive CITC branded walkout jackets at the charity’s 35th anniversary fixture in October.

Fans are now able to bid on their chosen players, with every penny raised going towards CITC’s mental health initiative, City Thrive.

The auction closes on Wednesday 22nd December, making them the perfect surprise gift for someone this Christmas*.

The full list of signed walkout jackets on offer includes:

Kyle Walker signed and match worn • Ruben Dias signed and match worn• Gabriel Jesus signed and match worn• Jack Grealish signed and match worn• Aymeric Laporte signed and match worn• Rodrigo signed and match worn• Kevin De Bruyne signed and match worn• Bernardo Silva signed and match worn • João Cancelo signed and match worn• Phil Foden signed and match worn • John Stones signed and match issued• Nathan Ake signed and match issued• Raheem Sterling signed and match issued• Ilkay Gundogan signed and match issued• Oleksandr Zinchenko signed and match issued• Fernandinho signed and match issued• Riyad Mahrez signed and match issued

City Thrive is delivered in partnership with the NHS and includes a new mental health curriculum, blending specially adapted football sessions with one-to-one mentoring and group workshops on mental health awareness, to improve mental wellbeing.

Additionally, specific mental health themed football sessions are delivered from youth clubs across Manchester, enabling participants to enjoy physical activity whilst also accessing the benefits of one-to-one mentoring and group workshops.

These sessions will continue throughout the school holidays, offering support and food provision at a time when young people are most vulnerable to suffering with their physical and mental health.

Staff have been trained to help identify, support, and refer potential mental health issues for any participant.

An NHS clinician has also been placed within City in the Community to support delivery staff, and ensure that participants are offered immediate support for their mental wellbeing should it be required.

To take part in the auction, visit

*All winning bidders will be sent their items as soon as possible, but City in the Community expects these to arrive in the New Year.

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