A selection of Swindon Town Football Club memorabilia is up for auction and the hammer is set to fall soon. 

The lot from West Brom is part of an overall sports auction for sale on the Saleroom website and the auction ends on Sunday, July 17. 

Among the items up for grabs are a number of things revolving around Swindon's historic win against Arsenal in the 1968 league cup final which saw Don Rogers score two goals in extra time to triumph over the current Premier League team 3-1. 

There is a pennant with Wembley March 15 and the two club badges on it, an issue of goal magazine, 'the way to Wembley Swindon style' book and a supporter's commemorative handbook. 

There's also a copy of the Football Pink and Evening Post newspaper articles covering the historic match. 

Wiltshire Times: Two newspapers capturing the historic momentTwo newspapers capturing the historic moment

Also in the lots is a programme and match ticket for the League Cup semi-final match against Burnley, which Swindon obviously won, a supporter's club official handbook and an unrelated press photo of the 1953 Swindon Robins Speedway team. 

The full auction can be seen on the following link - https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/midlands-sports-auctions/catalogue-id-srmidl10023