Donate to cancer charity at U23s clash
Supporters can watch Swansea City Under-23s’ next three home games for free at the Liberty and raise money for a cancer charity in support of Jack Evans.
Young midfielder Evans was diagnosed with cancer last summer and received treatment at the Teenage Cancer Trust’s unit in the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff.
The 20-year-old has helped raise money for the Trust, while the Swans’ first-team and U23s squads have also contributed along with his family and friends.
Supporters can now add to the contribution towards the charity during the U23s’ next three Premier League 2 fixtures at the Liberty.
Rather than charge an admission fee, the club is encouraging fans to make a donation to the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Supporters can collect their ticket at the stadium ticket office on matchdays, with donations available via card or cash.
The young Swans host Everton on Monday, February 4, with kick-off at 7pm.
The following home fixtures with West Ham (Monday, March 11) and Tottenham Hotspur (Monday, April 15) also kick off at 7pm.