A UNIQUE football team shirt auction will raise thousands for the battle to keep Wrexham FC at its Racecourse home.
Dragons fanatic Neil Williams has asked all 92 league and Premiership clubs to send him shirts signed by their players - a nearly all of them have already obliged.
They will be auctioned on May 18 at Sotheby's to raise cash for the Wrexham Supporters Trust.
The 38-year-old from Cornwall said: "I started contacting clubs in December to find the right person to approach.
"They have all been signed by players at the clubs.
"I am just waiting for the shirts from Man Utd, Man City, Chester, Bournemouth and Macclesfield.
"There has been a sale before of shirts from the 92 teams but I believe this is a first to have them all signed by the players of each club."
Mr Williams hopes to raise more than £15,000 from the sale.