Stirling Albion are offering free admission to the Scottish League 2 game against Elgin City at Forthbank on Tuesday March 11, kick-off 7.45pm.
Instead, SAFC will be asking everyone attending to consider making a donation to the Club’s Charity Partner, the John Hartson Foundation. There is no minimum (or maximum!) amount required, the Club would simply ask everyone to give what they can reasonably afford to John Hartson’s charity, dedicated to raising awareness of, and funds to support those affected by, testicular cancer.
Stuart Brown, Stirling Albion Operations Director, said: “I am delighted we are able to dedicate the rearranged fixture against Elgin City to raising funds for the John Hartson Foundation and I would encourage everyone to come along to add their support.
“I do appreciate that our season ticket holders and those holding vouchers from the postponed game in December are already entitled to free admission but I trust they will understand and accept the thinking behind the Executive Board’s decision.”
Supporters are advised that the vouchers handed out following the postponement of the original game on Saturday December 14 are no longer required.
Anyone who cannot attend the rearranged fixture on Tuesday March 11 but would like to support the work of the John Hartson Foundation can do so here