Football Chain At Bloomfield Road
Bloomfield Road was visited by the Alfie Lund Fund prior to kick-off at the weekend.
Mark Lund and his family made Blackpool the latest club to show off their chain of football memorabilia.
The fund collects shirts and scarves donated by football supporters, and they are now taking their chain to stadiums across the country.
The chain is being assembled in the name of Alfie, who suffers from a rare incurable genetic disorder called MECP2 Duplication Syndrome.
The fund raises money for specialist equipment needed, and spreads awareness of the disorder, with around 28 children suffering from the same illness across the UK.
The chain contains items from across the world, and on Saturday was held up by Blackpool's Tony McMahon and Jamie O'Hara.
Come the end of the season the fund hope to auction it off, with all the money going to MECP2 Duplication UK.
For more information visit their website HERE.