Crawley Town are supporting Sussex to Africa by encouraging fans to swap their old top for the current season's shirt.
The shirt amnesty day, the first to be held by the club, will take place on Saturday 18th February 2017 when they take on Morecambe in Sky Bet League Two at the Checkatrade Stadium, kick off 3pm.
All fans have to do is bring any football shirt - it doesn’t have to be a Crawley Town top and it can be as old as you want - to the Club Shop in exchange for one of this season’s home and away shirt.
The old shirts will then be donated to Sussex to Africa to help support the work of the charity aiming to bring hope and joy to communities in Africa through well-coordinated sports programmes.
Crawley Town will be accepting shirts from 9:00am on Monday 13th February 2017 until 6:00pm on Saturday 18th February 2017 - one shirt only per person.
Last summer, the club sent fourteen boxes of old shirts and training kit as part of the Sussex to Africa scheme, and the aim is to try and do the same, or better, this season and help less fortunate children in other parts of the world who love football.
So get rooting out for your old shirts and finish this season wearing a brand new Crawley Town shirt and getting behind the team!
For further information about the shirt amnesty day please contact Crawley Town:
T: 01293 410000