Hopefully you will have seen the photos on Twitter/FB of the superb display of shirts for the televised Airdrie game.  Many thanks to Dougy Allsop and his team of helpers who carefully laid out 6,300 shirts on seats around the ground and then had to pack them all up again immediately after the game. 

It was an impressive sight and drew interest on various sites.  When you consider Airdrie's average home attendance is less than 1,000, that amount of collected shirts is an incredible total. 

A comment from one bright spark asked if they did it at every home game to boost the attendance!


Thanks Dougy and to all of the guys from Airdrie Supporters Trust, you have been brilliant supporters for the last 3 years now. Sorry about the result of the game though!

We had a really great meeting with EITC and our friends from the Everton Heritage Society in October.  This will be our first official partnership with a Premier League club and the meeting went really well. 

There will be a kit collection at the Everton v Swansea game later this month followed by a further collection at the home game v Watford next May. 

EITC will promote the collections and involve a number of players who have African and South American heritage.  We came away from the meeting really impressed with EITC, who are a fantastic example of a community club supporting many worthwhile projects.  Look out for more news, we're sure this partnership will be a massive boost for KitAid.