charity_auctionCALLING ALL NOTTINGHAM FOREST FANS: Here is a unique opportunity to bid and acquire Nottingham Forest FC Management and Player Merchandise and Premium Club Experiences for Christmas and support charitable causes.

As Nottingham Forest FC official commercial partners, John Pye Auctions are proud to host the Club’s 2014 Christmas Toy Appeal auction.

The NFFC Toy Appeal is being held on the John Pye website as an online public auction with bidding running from Weds Dec 3rd, ending Wednesday Dec 10th, 9pm onwards (3 minute rule*).

John Pye Auctions will not charge any buyers premiums or VAT, all auction hammer proceeds to be donated exclusively to the Toy Appeal.

All items have been kindly sourced by Nottingham Forest Football Club staff and playing personnel and will be issued to the winning bidder upon cleared funds with Nottingham Forest Certificates of Authenticity. Please note all auction lots are held at the City Ground, not the salerooms.


Please click the above link for a details of items available for online auction bidding until Weds Dec 10th, 9pm. If you have any questions regarding any items please direct your queries to – If you have any queries regarding the auction process please direct your questions to Nottingham Forest FC will pack and post all items to successful bidders within 5 working days of the close of the auction payment deadline and receipt of cleared funds. All items (unless stated) will be posted special delivery at a rate of £7.10 (2012 rate still applicable?May need updating by NFFC) for all UK deliveries. Overseas posting and packaging will be calculated accordingly. These charges will be added to all successful bid invoices.

*Online Auctions / 3 Minute Rule: Our auction website operates a ‘3 minute rule’ which means that if a person bids on-line within the last 3 minutes of a specific lots closing time then the lots closing time will automatically increase by an additional 3 minutes and so on until no further bids are placed. This feature is to rule out ‘sniper’ bidding at the end of auctions and mirrors how a traditional live auction would be managed by an Auctioneer still taking bids.