Swans' boost for Poppy Appeal

16th February 2017

Swans fans have once again helped the club raise thousands of pounds for The Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal this season.
Through the auction of match worn shirts and Swansea Poppy pins, the Jack Army raised nearly £6,000 which will help The Royal British Legion continue to provide vital support and care to our Armed Forces and their families.
Worn for the Premier League clash against Manchester United at the Liberty last November, the shirt sales reached £4,272.01 with the pins raising a further £1,700.
Claire Rowcliffe, director of fundraising at The Royal British Legion, said: "On behalf of The Royal British Legion, I'd like to say a huge thank you to Swansea City Football Club and the fans for their continuous and generous support over the Poppy Appeal."
The club would like to thank all fans who bid on a shirt or bought a pin badge to help us continue our backing for the Legion.