The Football League is giving Crystal Palace and West Bromwich Albion fans the chance to their hands on a piece of club history as its website launches an auction for 35 signed shirts from the clubs' fixture last month to raise funds for Help for Heroes.

From Julian Speroni to Darren Ambrose and Scott Carson to Jonas Olsson, each shirt from both squads at the game at Selhurst Park has been signed and is under the online hammer by clicking here now

The Coca-Cola Championship game on April 26 was dedicated to Help for Heroes and, in addition to the donation of shirts from both clubs, also saw members of the British Army 261 Signal Squadron invited to the game as special guests of Crystal Palace.

"It is great to see both clubs working together at Palace's final home game of the season," said Gavin Megaw, Director of External Affairs at The Football League. "Help for Heroes is an important charity for The Football League and we encourage fans from both clubs to get bidding when the shirts go online at www.football-league.co.uk."

All proceeds from the auction will go straight to Help for Heroes which was chosen in September by over 25,000 fans to be the official charity partner of The Football League for the duration of the 2009/10 campaign. Created in October 2007, Help for Heroes aims to raise funds and awareness for servicemen and women injured whilst serving their country.

All of the West Brom shirts in the auction have been underwritten for £250 by Mark Abraham, owner of 'The Car Centre' in Hereford.

Click here to go to the live auction site now.

Help for Heroes has been selected as the official charity partner of The Football League for the duration of the 2009/10 season click here for more information.

Click here to donate now via The Football League's dedicated Help for Heroes donation page