Crystal Palace have asked supporters to sponsor their game against Preston North End as the club continues to battle in administration.
The club have teamed up with the Crystal Palace Supporters Trust launch the scheme in which supporters are asked to contribute £25 towards the sponsorship fund and the name of every fan that takes part will feature on a special poster in the matchday programme for the Preston game as well as a special scroll of honour on the giant screen.
The clubs main sponsor GAC Logistics have agreed to give up the branding on the front of the home shirts for this match and it will now carry the logo of the Supporters Trust. All supporters taking part will get the chance to win the shirts worn by the players on the day along with some other fantastic prizes.
The Crystal Palace Supporters Trust have already contributed £6,000 to start the fund and it is hoped to raise over £50,000.
Crystal Palace FC Chief Executive Phil Alexander says: "We have been overwhelmed by the response of Palace supporters since the news of administration with their offers of help. This project enables supporters old and new , young and old, to help in a very tangible way.
I would like to thank The CPFC Supporters Trust for their involvement and support and can assure all supporters of the Club that the revenue generated by this initiative will actually be making a difference and will be a big help."