With promotion to League One confirmed, our End of Season Dinner is sure to be an event to remember on Wednesday evening.
A popular highlight of the evening is always our auction - and this year we've got some unbelievable lots on offer. If you're attending on the evening, you can place your bids in person on the night, but if not this is your chance to place a bid.
Simply complete the form and bid on as many of the lots as you like. Please note that by taking part you are agreeing to pay the amount you have bid in the event that yours is the highest bidder.
Bids close on Tuesday 8th May at 5pm. Good luck!
End of Season Dinner Auction Lots:
- Framed Luton Town home shirt from the promotion winning 2017/18 season signed by the full first team and management. Bid now
- Framed 1988 cup final replica shirt, signed by 12 of the players from the game, signed by signed by Andy Dibble, Tim Breacker, Rob Johnson, Ricky Hill, Kingsley Black, Mick Harford, Steve Foster, Mal Donaghy, Danny Wilson, Brian Stein, Ashley Grimes and Mark Stein. Bid now
- Encased Boxing Glove signed by the Unified World Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua. Bid now
- Luton Town shirt signed at the Andy King memorial golf day – signed by Mick Harford, Kingsley Black, Brian Stein, Steve Foster, John Conteh, Nathan Jones, Tony Coton, Bryan Gunn, Clive Allen, Ricky Villa, Marlon Beresford, Micky Hazard, Ossie Ardilles, Graham Roberts, Mark Falco, Gary Cobb, Darron McDonagh, Paul Hart, Jordan Cook, Glen Rea and Luke Gambin.
Proceeds from this prize will be going to this year’s club charity Transitions UK Transitions UK supports disadvantaged youth at risk aged 14 to 25 years, to ensure they transition to healthy, happy and fulfilled adult lives. Bid now
- Chance to be in the League 1 Luton Town Football Club first team and management team photo. Bid now
- A collection of 4 framed images of iconic moments of this season – signed by Olly Lee, Danny Hylton, James Collins and Nathan Jones. Bid now
- Original painting of historical Luton Town kits, signed by players who wore them: Mick Harford, Wayne Turner, Ron Baynham, Brian Stein and Alan West.All money raised is going to the charity Cardiac Risk in the Young in memory of 21 year old, Luton fanatic Brett Webb, who went to sleep one night nearly 2 years ago and very sadly never woke up. Bid now