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1964-65 and 2005-06 Retro Shirts now available.
 
The Shrimpers Trust have teamed up with Chablais Sport GB to produce a range of Southend Utd Retro Shirts through their 'world retro' brand.

The full range of our eight Retro Shirts is now available online, including the latest two additions of the 1964/65 season and the 2004/06 Tilly/Brush double promotion era.
 
 
SUFC Timeline Print - Un-framed
Unique Timeline Print depicting the key moments in SUFC's history from it's formation in 1906 to 2010. Measuring 56 x 20 cms (22 x 8 inches) the print is supplied with a ...
    £5.00
    
Shrimpers Trust Baseball Cap
Shrimpers Trust Navy 5 Panel Baseball Cap with Trust Logo printed on the front. Rip-Strip™ size adjuster at the back. Manufactured from 100% ...
    £5.00
    
Once Upon A Time In Malta (book only - UK)
Record of the SUFC 1955 Pre-seaon Tour to Malta. The A4 size book has 104 pages printed in both colour and black & ...
    £5.00
    
Silk Ties
Shrimpers Trust 100% Silk ...
    £3.00
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100 Club - Latest Winner (week 07)
The latest winner of the Trust's 100 Club is Andrew Haddow winning £34.50. Why not join up for just £5 per month giving you the chance to win over £30 each week. Visit our Fundraising Page for further information.
                
Thunderbirds Are Go !!! - SUFC 1st Team Match Report - Aldershot
Gary Beard's match report for the Vanarama National League match vs Aldershot Town played on Tuesday 14th September 2021 is now online.
                
Quid A Goal - Running Total (14th September 2021)
Quid A Goal Running Total after the Vanarama National League game vs Aldershot Town played on Tuesday 14th September 2021.
                
Social Inclusion
The Shrimpers Trust have run a Social Inclusion Project since 2019. Here you can find out more about the history of the project, the groups we have supported and details about how to donate.
                
  
Supporters Direct Lets Kick Racism Out Of Football