Own a Piece of Team Earth!

Eleven signed Team Earth jerseys - including the #1 jersey signed by Jarryd Hayne - are now up for auction to benefit the Nicole Fitzsimons Foundation.


The brainchild of Brad Fittler, brought to life by Big League Magazine, the fictional 'Team Earth' is made up of players you'd love to see represent our planet in an inter-stellar rugby league competition against the entire universe, including Eels fullback Jarryd Hayne in the #1 jersey.


Now, thanks to the generosity and help of the rugby league community, including Fittler, Big League, and the players of 'Team Earth' you can bid on Haynesy's signed jersey to benefit a great cause.



Click through to see the Team Earth kit up for auction and place your bid!



The Nicole Fitzsimons Foundation was started in honour of 24-year old Nicole, who lost her life in a tragic motorcycle accident in Thailand in 2012.


Her family and her partner, Jamie, work through the Foundation to assist talented and dedicated sportspeople and performing artists to make the most of their gifts, and to raise awareness among young Australians of the vital importance of travel safety overseas.





Nicole's sister and best friend, Kate Fitzsimons, says the support from the rugby league community has been overwhelming.


"This time last year Nicole was in her element, busily preparing for the Footy Show Finale and living her dreams," Kate says.


"She loved every second of working on the Footy Show and being part of the NRL 'team', and now we know why. They all have some of the biggest hearts out there and it is shame the players don't get enough recognition for the wonderful contributions they make to the community and charities off the field."


"We truly feel privileged to be a part of the NRL 'family' as they help us honour our beautiful girl, and as a family we continue to be blown away by just how generous the NRL community is."


In just 12 months since losing Nicole, the Foundation's eye-opening travel safety campaign has reached over twenty-five schools, including an interstate trip to Darwin.


Kate describes the presentation as something that needs to be experienced to be believed.


"Through sharing Nicole's story and other powerful information, we open the hearts and minds of senior students to the fact the 'unthinkable' does happen," she says.


"We aim to take this presentation to schools in every state of Australia over the next 12 months to educate young Aussie's on the importance of keeping safety a priority in every decision they are making, wherever they are in the world."



Place your bid to help the Nicole Fitzsimons Foundation and own your piece of Team Earth!