To support our Together Red campaign, the Club have released a limited edition shirt which will be worn by the Reds on Saturday afternoon!
MK Dons are the visitors to Oakwell in Sky Bet League One action this weekend, and you can get your hands on this special shirt to be worn by the players when facing the Dons.
The shirt features a red Barnsley FC crest, as well as the Puma and Parliament logo which are positioned on the front and back of the shirt respectively. The kit in full includes a pair of all-white shorts and red socks.
Brought to you by our technical kit supplier, this limited edition strip will be available to buy from 9am on Saturday 19 November both in the Reds Superstore online and in-store!
The kit will help raise awareness of our no-tolerance message of discrimination of any kind, ensuring Oakwell is a safe place for all.
The 22/23 campaign has seen both Rapid Response Telecoms and Barnsley Hospice with Parliament on the rear, adorn our shirt, with more to follow from the New Year.
Khaled El-Ahmad, Chief Executive Officer of Barnsley FC added: "We are proud to symbolise our Together Red campaign with this special kit to be worn in our dedicated fixture against MK Dons.
"We are pleased with the impact the campaign has so far in our local community, and we hope that this continues to grow as the season progresses. It will be a proud feeling for everyone here at the Club to see the team walk out in the kit and to see fans walking around our town wearing the shirt knowing what it represents.
"Thank you to Rapid Response Telecoms, Barnsley Hospice and Athletic Brewing and Parliament for all their help so far, and we look forward to our relationship developing as time goes by."
We are Together Red.
The Club would like to thank the following people for their co-operation and help in launching our 'Red-Out' shirt:
Nicky Cadden, Men’s First Team player
Jason Sraha, Men’s U21s player
Susan, Inclusive Reds participant
Jack Hall, Rainbow Reds
Phoebe, Squad Girls participant
Vimal Yoganathan, Men’s U18s player
Caitlin Cooper, Community Coach
Barry Murphy, Club Legend
Oliver, Barnsley FC supporter
Laurie Handley, Matchday Volunteer
Michael Duff, Men’s First Team Head Coach
Sarah Garside, Curriculum Lead at Reds in the Community