A few weeks ago, 88 Huddersfield Town limited edition Pink and White striped replica shirts, produced in support of the fight against Breast Cancer, were sold out in less than 7 hours.
The demand for the 88 shirts exceeded all expectations and the Club has received a number of e-mails from fans enquiring about a possible second batch of limited edition shirts.
The Club was conscious not to ruin the 'limited' nature of the pink and white shirt, produced in association with stand sponsors The Pink Link, but the overwhelming response and the possibility of generating more funds for the Huddersfield HRI Breast Cancer Care Fund is arguably a bigger factor behind producing more shirts.
Two hundred more shirts are on their way to the Galpharm Stadium and a pre-order system will be put in place. All you need to do to secure your pink shirt is to go into the Stadium Superstore or online, and pay a £5 deposit, which will be taken off the final payment when you collect your shirt.
Delivery time is usually around 12 weeks. Orders will be taken on a first come, first served basis and only a limited supply of each size will be produced.
Town's Director of Business Development Sean Jarvis told the Club's official website that he was delighted with the response of fans.
"The response towards this great cause has been brilliant and I'd like to thank the fans for their generosity," Sean explained. "I think the pre-ordering system is the fairest way of disseminating the new batch of shirts, but if we receive a number of orders over the allotted 200 we will look at producing more with Mitre."