Moroka Swallows are once again showing that soccer is more than just a game by engaging in another project with the Sizwele School for the Deaf.
The Birds' management sees social upliftment as an important aspect of both the club and the players' lives.
A couple of months ago the Swallows players visited the school where they helped to plant trees for Arbour day as well as meet the kids and autograph kit and balls for the children.
Swallows have now invited the school to their next home match, which is a Premier Soccer League fixture at the Rand Stadium on Sunday November 9, against Black Leopards.
The Birds have sent the school 60 free tickets (50 for the students and 10 for teachers) and sponsors Total will also be giving away t-shirts and caps as well as providing the children with snacks.
The Head Boy/Girl will also have the honour of being led onto field prior to game to meet the players, who will also be available to sign autographs.
The game is an important one for the Dube Birds, who need to win the match in order to keep pace at the top of the log, and the players will surely be boosted by the presence of an extra 60 enthusiastic fans.