The Chester-born former Liverpool goal machine donned the jersey during the Three Lions’ famous 1-0 victory over Argentina .
David Beckham banished his demons after being sent off four years earlier as he scored the decisive penalty, which had been won by Owen.
The shirt was auctioned on website CharityStars, with proceeds going to the A-Star Foundation.
It came complete with Owen’s signature, a plaque and photos of him playing during the match at the Sapporo Dome in Japan on June 7.
Now a pundit for BT Sport, the 36-year-old scored twice in the tournament as his team went on to lose to Brazil in quarter finals.
After 26 offers, the shirt was sold for £1,760 on January 27. The winning bidder was listed as being from Vietnam with the account name fng.
The A-Star Foundation aims to encourage young people to express themselves in a positive manner and make it possible for them to be around role models who do not glamorise crime, guns or drugs.
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