Lambert backs Kits For Africa

By SFC Media Fri 30 Nov SportPesa

Southampton legend Rickie Lambert has thrown his support behind SportPesa's Kits For Africa campaign.

The club's former striker, who scored 117 goals in 235 Saints appearances, donated one of his old shirts to the cause – but not before recreating a very special memory in it.

Lambert returned to Staplewood Campus to see if he could reproduce the incredible free-kick winner he netted at home to Chelsea in March 2013 that helped keep the club in the Premier League.

You can see how he got on by watching the video above.

Don't forget that you can support the Kits For Africa initiative, which redistributes collected kits to football-loving communities across the continent, to help build and develop grassroots football.

Donation points will be in place at Saturday's Premier League home game against Manchester United, as well as all other first-team matches at St Mary's between now and the end of December, so bring along any old or unwanted kit and do your bit for a great cause.

For more information on Kits For Africa, visit their website here.

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