Rangers striker Jermain Defoe has taken to Twitter to promote special limited-edition Bradley Lowery Foundation football strips.

The veteran striker famously supported the young Sunderland fan’s journey in his battle with neuroblastoma and Defoe took to Twitter to support this very worthy cause.

Whilst young Bradley passed away in 2017, the Foundation named after him exists to raise funds, awareness and support for kids and families who suffer in similar circumstances.

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The stylish tops are manufactured by Hope and Glory and are in the style of the Sunderland kits which meant so much to the passionate Mackem.

If you would like to purchase a kit to help support the Bradley Lowery Foundation then you can view them online HERE.


Pre-orders are open until Friday and there’s no doubt that this is an amazing cause from which numerous kids will benefit.


Defoe’s relationship with Bradley was emotionally received across the country as the ex-Stadium of Light striker went above and beyond to help support the cheery youngster.

Rangers striker Defoe was also lauded by Bradley’s mum Gemma, who believes the striker’s move to Ibrox was “meant to be”.

The loving mother revealed in an interview that Bradley and his family are also Rangers supporters.

“It’s as if it was meant to be,” explains Gemma.

“It’s yet another way Jermain is honouring Bradley’s memory.

Jermain Defoe and young Bradley Lowery struck up a special relationship during the striker’s time at Sunderland. (Photo credit should read SCOTT HEPPELL/AFP/Getty Images)

“Bradley would be extremely happy and delighted to know his hero has signed for the Gers. They were his next favourite team after his beloved Sunderland.

“His dad and grandad are both big Rangers fans and Bradley loved them too – he had a Rangers fleecy blanket his grandad gave him which he would take everywhere with him.”

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