Kitaid Update October 2018

Kit Aid

Stuck with unwanted or unused kit? Donate it to charity!

Kit Aid has received almost 560,000 pieces of kit since their launch in 1998… help the number grow!

For over 20 years, the Kit Aid charity have been supplying donated kit across Africa to underprivileged children, teenagers and adults to enable them to enjoy the beautiful game in some of the world’s poorest countries.

So far this year, over 13,500 of once loved kits have been recycled and distributed across African countries, putting a smile on the face of thousands of children and sharing the passion for football across the world!


The season is coming to an end and plenty of teams across the country will be looking to freshen up their look for the 2019/20 season, therefore Hertfordshire FA are urging our fantastic clubs to donate any unwanted, unused or spare kit they no longer need and drop it off at our headquarters, that we can take along to the next boxing-up session, ready to find a new home!

What can you donate?

Kit Aid welcomes any type of kit, from full kits, single shirts, shorts, tracksuits – from any club!

They also send out boots, trophies and spare Match Attax cards which are useful to give to kids who may not receive a shirt. 

Where to send it?

Clubs and individuals are more than welcome to drop off any unwanted kit at Hertfordshire FA Headquarters; The County Ground, Baldock Road, Letchworth, SG6 2EN.

Follow the movement! Visit the Kit Aid Website, or take a look at the work they're doing across social media.