Port Vale Supporters Club have announced that more of their hugely popular diversity t-shirts are available.
A statement said:
The Port Vale Supporters’ Club was overwhelmed by fans wanting to get hold of the unique diversity t-shirts that were distributed before the match against Exeter City on Saturday 29th September. Due to this demand, the supporters’ club is to make available another 200 ‘Love Port Vale, Hate Racism’ t-shirts – with its design inspired by the Two Tone record label logo – to fans for free.
Malcolm Hirst, vice chair of the supporters’ club, said: “I’m delighted that fans who missed out on the
original distribution of these wonderful t-shirts will have another opportunity to get their hands on one.
We have produced 200 more t-shirts, all thanks to the generosity of Kick it Out, The Football Supporters’ Federation and local company Synectics Solutions.”
Fans will be able to obtain a t-shirt at the following times and locations:
Thursday 22nd November
Port Vale Supporters’ Club Meeting
7.30pm, Vale Social Club, Hamil Road
Saturday 24th November
Port Vale Club Shop, Hamil Road
In addition, there is a limited number of larger sizes (L, XL, XXL 3XL) available online from the supporters’ club website at http://bit.ly/2BnVTHT
The t-shirts are free – however, the supporters’ club kindly asks fans to make a donation to help with future diversity projects when they receive their t-shirt.
Top photo: Port Vale players warm-up in ‘Love Port Vale, Hate Racism’ t-shirts before their match against Exeter City in September ©Gerard Austin