The Sky Blues will continue to support Educaid who provide education and support to children in Sierra Leone...
Coventry City Football Club will continue it's support of Educaid, a charity which helps to promote and provide education to children in Sierra Leone, as part of the 2014/15 away shirt return.
The white away kit was earmarked to be worn by City for the 2014/15 and 2015/16 seasons but the club has changed kit supplier to Just Sport Group, which will see the home and away strips manufactured by Nike.
As a show of good will to supporters, the club has made a returns scale which could see you get money off your new away shirt or get free tickets. Click here to see the scale...
The club has supported Educaid ever since a young boy, Dauda, was spotted wearing a Coventry City shirt during a report on the effects of Ebola and youngsters in Sierra Leone.
Any 2014/15 shirt returned to the club will be donated to Educaid who continue to work with young children throughout the region to help provide support and education.
Remember, for just £15 a month, EducAid can educate, medicate, house, feed and water a child for an entire year.