Armed forces personnel are being offered free tickets to Dundee’s Scottish Premiership clash with Kilmarnock next week.
In a show of support for the military the Dark Blues are giving away briefs for the Dens Park clash on Saturday, November 18 as part of the Tickets for Troops initiative.
Players will also take to the pitch in the club’s “third kit” which features a “bespoke” camouflage print. The sale of each shirt featuring the design is being donated to the local branch of armed forces charity, the SSAFA.
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A Dundee FC statement said: “We have joined up with Tickets for Troops for the forthcoming Ladbrokes Premiership fixture against Kilmarnock, which takes place at Dens Park, Dundee on Saturday 18th November at 3pm.
“The match will see the team wear our bespoke designed 3rd kit, which incorporates a camouflage print, as their charity partner this season is SSAFA. Part of the sale of every camouflage shirt will be donated to the local SSAFA branch.
“All service personnel are able to apply for tickets for themselves and their family, and entry for the game will be free of charge as part of Dundee FC’s support of the military.
“Service personnel can apply for tickets on the Tickets for Troops site or at the Ticket Office at Dens Park with relevant military I.D.”
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