Albion fans have the chance to get their hands on Christmas baubles signed by first team stars.

The Brighton and Hove Albion Foundation, the club’s official charity, has brought its Christmas bauble auction back for 2023 to raise crucial funds to support the foundation’s work in Sussex.

Players from the men’s and women’s first teams have each signed a BHAFC Foundation Christmas bauble, which are being auctioned off throughout the first 12 days of December.

The Argus: Kaoru Mitoma’s bauble raised £420 for the charityKaoru Mitoma’s bauble raised £420 for the charity (Image: Brighton and Hove Albion Foundation)

New baubles are being released every day and each auction lasts for three days.

Each player only signed one single bauble so they are all one-of-a-kind pieces of memorabilia.


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Alongside the baubles signed by the players, the foundation also has baubles signed by first team managers Roberto De Zerbi and Melissa Phillips, as well as two signed by famous Albion fan and DJ Fatboy Slim.

The auction has been running since December 1 and has already raised plenty of money for the Foundation; Fatboy Slim’s first bauble was sold for more than £500, while Japanese star Kaoru Mitoma’s bauble raised £420 for the charity.

Fans can get involved with the bauble auction at