HUDDERSFIELD Giants have finalised plans for tomorrow’s eagerly-anticipated Open Day.
The event is one of the most popular on the club’s calendar, with fans turning out in big numbers to meet their favourites.
This year’s John Smith’s Stadium event gets under way at 10am with an open training session. Turnstiles open 30 minutes earlier.
Giants captain Danny Brough will be training in a new 2013 Giants home replica shirt, which will then be entered into a fans’ silent auction.
The players will then get washed and changed before meeting and greeting supporters in the Revell Ward suite straight after training.
While the fans are waiting they have the chance to win a variety of prizes by snapping up a season ticket on the day – the Early Bird Deadline is November 30 – or pre-ordering their new Giants home shirt.
In association with new partners ‘Bond It’, fans can receive £10 off the price by donating an old shirt to the amnesty. There’s also a further £5 off for season-ticket holders.
Furthermore, there’s also a ‘fire sale’ with huge discounts on Giants gear in the Stadium Superstore, with a whole range of merchandise up for grabs.
And If that’s not enough, the official Rugby League World Cup trophy will be on display for fans to grab a picture, while there’s also the chance to win a ball signed by the whole of the England Autumn RL International squad and a signed 2012 Giants shirt.
The event will finish at 1pm.