Donate to charity at Liberty U23s clash
Supporters can watch Swansea City Under-23s take on Stoke City at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday (12pm), and donate money to charity.
Please note this game will not be streamed live on SwansTV, the only way for supporters to watch is to attend in person at the Liberty.
Cameron Toshack and Gary Richards' side take on the Potters in SA1 looking to build on a solid start to the Premier League 2 Division 2 season.
Rather than charge an admission fee, the club is encouraging fans to make a donation to charity, with the cause receiving those donations to be confirmed at a later date when the club names its chosen charity for the season.
Supporters can collect their ticket at the stadium ticket office on matchday, and donations can be made by cash or card.
The Swans carried out a similar initiative last season, raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust in support of midfielder Jack Evans, who made a full recovery following his cancer diagnosis and featured for the first team against Cambridge in midweek.
The money raised at those 2018-19 Liberty fixtures for the development side was included in a donation of £1,500 made to the Teenage Cancer Trust earlier this month.