The latest prize in the Sir Bobby's Breakthrough Online Charity Auction will see two lucky football fans attend a training session at Tottenham Hotspur's new Training Centre followed by a lunch with Manager Andre Villas-Boas and presentation of a signed team shirt.
AVB joins a growing list of sport stars who have been driven to support the Sir Bobby's Breakthrough online auction and help raise £1million in memory of the football legend.
In 2011, Jose Mourinho famously donated his FIFA Ballon D'Or 2010 World Coach of the Year Award Trophy to the auction, raising an incredible £26,000.
Confirmed auction prizes for 2013 include:
- Two day VIP invite to the Sir Bobby Robson Celebrity Golf Classic IX at Pestana Vila Sol championship course in Portugal.
- Overnight stay for two at the Old Course Hotel including a round of golf on the Duke's Course
- Two night stay in a Glorious Old House luxury suite including golf for two on the championship Carrick golf course
- A VIP trip to next year's F1 in Monaco by private ‘Eclipse' jet,
- Exclusive tickets to the 2014 PFA Awards Dinner
- A week sailing on a luxury catamaran ‘Akasha', around the British Virgin Isles
- A one-on-one personal bowling tuition with England professional cricketer Graeme Swann
Taking place from 10 - 27 October, the Sir Bobby's Breakthrough online auction will raise crucial funds for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation, Breakthrough Breast Cancer and cancer services within two Suffolk Hospitals.
Mark Robson, Sir Bobby's son, said: "The online auction is a fantastic platform to help us raise crucial funds for these charities."
Be sure to not miss out by registering your interest in the online auction at www.sirbobbysbreakthrough.com
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