Two football clubs in Buckinghamshire have teamed up to donate their surplus kits to charity.

Both Burnham FC and the Wycombe Wanderers Women, have given their old shirts to Kit Aid – a not-for-profit organization that helps citizens in impoverished areas of Africa receive undamaged football kits.

The charity was launched in 1998 by Watford fan Derrick Williams.

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In a statement issued by Burnham, who groundshare with the Chairgirls at the 1878 stadium, they said: “Charity Coordinator Keith Hildreth explains: “We had some spare luggage capacity and took a couple of old football kits in our case with us on a previous trip.

“When we handed them out to the players their faces lit up.

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“They’d never had a proper football kit before and to have a kit so they could all look the same just meant so much to them.

“It was just amazing.”

Both clubs, Burnham and Wycombe Women, groundshare at the former’s 1878 stadium.