It remains one of the most iconic goals in Carlisle United’s history.

And now Jimmy Glass’ miracle strike is being captured for posterity by a new t-shirt.

United’s London Branch supporters have designed the shirt to mark the approaching 20th anniversary of Glass’ goal against Plymouth which kept the Blues in the Football League in 1999.

They are also donating some of the proceeds from sales to the Motor Neurone Disease Association in memory of Tony Hopper, who played in the famous May 8 game.

The design shows Glass celebrating his goal and is captioned, ‘Probably the greatest goal of all time’.

It is priced £10, plus £2p&p when bought online, and the branch will give £1 from every shirt sold to the MND Association.

London Branch chairman Ian Jardine said: “The London Branch always seeks to inject some fun, some light relief into the serious business of supporting Carlisle United.

“Always trying to be ahead of the game, the end-of-season anniversary of the Jimmy Glass goal seemed like a perfect opportunity when it was suggested last summer.

“We hope that the t-shirt idea will help enthuse and encourage all Carlisle United supporters.

“It has also now given us all a chance to continue to remember Tony Hopper and to carry on the fantastic efforts he performed on behalf of the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

“Working together, our small contributions will make a big difference.”

The London Branch, who have more than 300 members, are also launching a campaign which they hope will “recapture the euphoria” and shared memories of May 8, 1999.

Called #WhenJimmyScored, the campaign invites fans to contribute their story of where they were, and what they were doing, at the moment Glass’s 95th-minute goal hit the net.

“Submissions will be added to an online map which, as the campaign progresses, will demonstrate the global impact of 'probably the greatest goal of all time'," the branch added.

“Fans can also share memories as well as pictures of themselves wearing their t-shirts on Twitter using #WhenJimmyScored.”

The t-shirt is available in sizes from small to x-x-large and can be purchased online through the London Branch website

From Thursday, December 6 it will also be available at The Local on English Street in Carlisle.

It can also be bought from London Branch representatives at United’s games at MK Dons and Crawley on December 8 and 22 respectively.

The last order date for dispatch ahead of Christmas is Tuesday, December 18.

It follows a similar initiative by the London Branch four years ago which saw more than 400 t-shirts sold bearing a Bill Shankly design which celebrated Carlisle United’s promotion to Division One in 1974.

That was part of the London Branch's 40th anniversary celebrations.