Online charity shop COLLECTIONS. are set to auction off Boy Better Know’s football shirts donned by the iconic UK grime group two years ago this month.
Created by Julie Adenuga and Maya Jama, COLLECTIONS. takes items from the pair’s friends and family wardrobes auctioned off to raise money for various charities.
The latest pieces to be auctioned off are the match-worn kits donned by Skepta, JME, Jammer and the rest of the BBK boys during their 5-A-Side football tournament at the group’s O2 takeover back in August 2017.
The Nike-sponsored jerseys arrive in a blue and black colourway with an all-over, panelled graphic, with the bespoke jerseys featuring a unique BBK logo on a Union Jack emblem alongside the number ‘0’ on the back with ‘NO PHOTOS’ emblazoned alongside. Check out the shirts in closer detail below.
With BBK fans wanting to get their hands on the shirts for nearly two years, the shirts will finally be available to cop this weekend (10th-11th August) at Jme’s grime MC pop-up shop at Wembley Boxpark, where the shirts will be auctioned off to the highest bidder.
Keep it locked to the COLLECTIONS. socials for more information on when the shirts will release, and in other football shirt news, adidas have dropped off Juventus’ drippy third shirts ahead of the 2019/20 season.