Chelsea's Beth England raffles Conti Cup final boots to raise money for NHS

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19:33pm, Tue 14 Apr 2020
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Chelsea forward Beth England is raffling her FA Continental League Cup final boots to raise money for the NHS.

England, who scored both of The Blues' goals in their first Conti Cup title win against Arsenal in February, has family members who work in the health service.

She said: "I'm going to be raising money to help support the NHS by raffling my Conti Cup winning boots for NHS Charities Together.

"As someone who has immediate family members working on the frontline, I wanted to try and do something and help raise funds to ensure our NHS workers are kept as safe as possible at this time.

"Thank you in advance for your support. Stay Safe. Stay Home."

England has set up a Just Giving page where you donate an amount to the NHS charity accompanied with your social media information.

A winner will be chosen at random.

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