OXFORD United are planning to release a limited edition home shirt to raise money for the NHS.

The club have looked to provide a wide variety of ways to help during the coronavirus lockdown.

A container of 10,000 face masks is due to arrive from Thailand today and will be made available to healthcare providers, if required.

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But the club are also set to put the NHS logo on a limited number of home shirts in a bid to generate donations.

Niall McWilliams, United’s managing director, said: “We’re going to design a special shirt, a collector’s item with the NHS badge on.

“We will sell those and all the proceeds will go to the NHS.

“We’ll also have some signed ones.

“All we want to do as a club is raise money for the NHS and making sure we are playing a part in the community.”

United are also looking into the possibility of putting the logo on the first team shirts when the season restarts.