The white jerseys worn by Great Britain during the Winter Youth Olympics in South Korea last month are available to bid on at auction.

The shirts are a special part of history as the team became the first to represent GB in the men’s three-on-three tournament at the Olympics.

All profits from the auction will be reinvested into Ice Hockey UK’s three-on-three programme, which is an exciting format being spearheaded by the world’s governing body, the IIHF.

The Youth Olympic Games is a three-on-three tournament and is played cross-ice, with no more than three players per team on the ice at once plus a goalie.

Two games take place simultaneously and the format makes for exciting hockey and big scorelines.

GB, who were seed number six in the tournament, finished sixth in the eight-team group and recorded impressive victories over Spain (8-5) and Chinese Taipei (10-3).

The auction will close on Sunday 25th February 2024 at 6pm.

Bidding starts at £75. Click here to bid in the auction.