Make the most of the Swans shirt swap
Carling’s Shirt Amnesty van is set to land in Swansea ahead of the Swans’ home game against Watford on Monday night (8pm) as part of a campaign to support football fans across the country during the January transfer window.
With Alan Curtis' side hosting the Hornets in a crucial Barclays Premier League encounter, you can show your colours with pride thanks to Carling's shirt amnesty.
The initiative, giving fans the opportunity to swap their shirt with a recently sold player on the back for a new one, launched last summer, and saw Carling give away thousands of shirts to passionate fans during the summer transfer window.
Swans fans now have the opportunity to swap their shirt in exchange for a brand new one ahead of their second home league game of 2016.
The van will be landing at the Liberty Stadium around 5.30pm and all fans have to do is bring down their old shirt with the name of any player who has departed in the last three years on the back and Carling will replace it for a new one - free of charge.
Fans will also be treated to an exciting appearance on the night from former Wigan, Fulham and Hull City midfielder Jimmy Bullard, who has partnered with Carling as part of the campaign. He will be on hand to mingle with fans ahead of the big match while even dishing out a few new shirts form the Carling Shirt Amnesty van himself.
Bullard said: “The transfer window is open and the Carling Shirt Amnesty van is back in business! Monday night will see Carling give Swans fans the chance to swap a shirt of a player who has recently left the club for one of the new heroes. I know how passionate Swans fans can be so what better way to show support for the boys than with a lovely new shirt.”
With an important few months ahead, it’s the perfect time for Swans’ fans to get themselves kitted out for the remainder of the season.
Fans are advised to keep an eye out on the @Carling Twitter page to find out when the #CarlingShirtAmnesty van will land and to get down to the Liberty Stadium as early as possible (over 18s only).
Although there are hundreds of shirts to give away, they will be handed out on a first-come first-served basis.