Liverpool wore special jerseys against West Brom on Monday night to show their support for Standard Chartered's Seeing is Believing campaign – and you can now bid for four match-worn shirts online now.
Seeing is Believing is Standard Chartered's global charitable initiative aimed at tackling avoidable blindness in developing countries.
Monday was only the second time that the logo of a charitable initiative has been displayed on the front of the team's iconic red shirt. Activities also took place at half-time - including a penalty shootout involving Robbie Fowler and comedian John Bishop - to highlight the importance of this initiative.
The limited-edition shirts worn by Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher, Stewart Downing and Glen Johnson have been autographed following the match and will now be auctioned to fans to raise money for Seeing is Believing.
In addition, the Carragher jersey has also been signed by Fowler and Bishop.
Every pound raised will be matched by Standard Chartered, bringing the club and its sponsor together for an important cause.