We’re all missing being at a football match and even when the action returns, it’s not going to be the same because the black and amber faithful won’t be in attendance to get behind Grant McCann’s men.
But, while you’re watching from home, we want you to still feel part of the action, so we’re offering you the chance to get your face in the crowd by having your own recyclable, waterproof cut-out displayed proudly in the KCOM Stadium stands.
To order your very own personalised card – all you need to do is:
• Visit our Hull City Fans At The Game website on your mobile device
• Agree to the T&Cs
• Allow your mobile device camera to take a picture
• Make sure you fit in the silhouette
• Approve your picture
• Make your secure online payment – it costs just £20 per cut out
The deadline for ordering to ensure your card will be present at the KCOM for when the season restarts against Charlton Athletic is 11.59pm today (Wednesday 17th June).
To get your cutout visit hullcity.fansatthegame.co.uk where you’ll find instructions on how to take the required picture and upload it to the site.
We know it’s not the real thing, and we cannot wait until our fans are allowed back into the stadium to cheer on the Tigers but, for now, this is a great way to show your support. Every supporter really counts!
All profits will be going to Show Racism The Red Card. The cut-outs cost £20, with production costs set at £10, that means £10 from every card purchased will go to support the charity and its vital work.
Speaking about working with the Club, Paul Kearns – Deputy Chief Executive at Show Racism the Red Card – said: “We’re delighted to be teaming up with Hull City in this way. We’re incredibly appreciative of their strong stance in using their profile and influence to help highlight this continued injustice and ensure that positive change can come of the current situation – and if it can give the Hull players some sort of boost whilst playing too, then all the better.
“Show Racism the Red Card has existed for 24 years, with the aim of combating racism in society through the production of high-quality educational resources.
“We believe that racism in society can be fought by challenging misconceptions, stereotypes and negative attitudes and we continue to deliver educational sessions to more than 50,000 individuals per year at schools, workplaces and events.
“However, our work is not done and now more than ever we intend to reach as many as people as possible. These partnerships are crucial to helping achieve this. We’re always inspired at how sport can be used as a platform to encourage important and necessary social change, and we hope that many more clubs are able to get involved too.”