Wycombe goalkeeper David Stockdale has praised a Non League club in Buckinghamshire for helping stranded civilians in Ukraine.

Aylesbury Vale Dynamos, who play their matches at Haywood Way in the town, have confirmed that their Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division match against county rivals, Risborough Rangers, will be in aid of the war-torn country, as well as impoverished children in Africa.

The fixture, which will take place on March 26, will see spectators bring unwanted clothes in lieu of payment, with the items being split into two categories.

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Sports-related clothing will go to the Kit Aid foundation to help children in the poorest regions of Africa, whilst the rest will go to Eastern Europe.

Speaking after the 0-0 away draw at Portsmouth on March 19, Stockdale, who himself has donated necessitates to Ukraine via a support hub in the town, said: “Any team or any person that’s doing something to help, I admire.

“Whether you’re donating or doing something, it’s really important to help because imagine if that was you or your family.

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“We’re talking about a war where people are getting killed.

"We're seeing people helping out in different ways, so for a Non League club to be doing something like that shows humanity is still there, and I’m sure when the world goes back to normal, it’ll be great to visit Ukraine, and hopefully the world can help rebuild a great nation."

The match between Aylesbury Vale Dynamos and Princes Risborough will kick-off at 3pm, and spectators are being encouraged to wear old football shirts, or yellow and blue clothing which not only matches Aylesbury’s kit, but also the Ukrainian flag.