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It's now a family affair for Palace

It's now a family affair for Palace
Saturday 08 Jan 2011 [9:52]
 
Swansea City will be making it another family affair when Crystal Palace arrive at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday 15 January (12:45pm).
 
The club has designated the fixture, which will be live on Sky Sports, an Urdd game. Not only will we be backing the Urdd, the Welsh-medium youth movement, we have also made it a Kids For A Quid Family Day.
 
The two initiatives are aimed at supporting the community and encouraging our youngsters to support the Swans today, tomorrow and for the long-term future.
 
For the Kids For A Quid scheme, children aged 16 and under will be allowed to watch the game from the South 'Family' Stand for just £1. They must be purchased with an adult ticket (£10) for the Family Stand. Up to four children's tickets may be purchased per adult ticket.
 
For larger purchases, such as local junior football teams, please contact the club directly on 01792 616624.
 
The club has teamed up with the Urdd through our local schools to help them raise funds and awareness for the forthcoming National Eisteddfod at Felindre, Swansea, between May 30 and June 4.
 
Fifty per cent of all ticket sales sold through the scheme will go back into the Urdd coffers to raise money for the youth festival.
 
Kids For A Quid tickets are available now from the Ticket Office, subject to availability. The offer is not available on the Internet.
 
 

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