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Commemorative Wembley patches and scarf still available

9 April 2015

Get yours now - while stocks last

In the build up to Reading Football Club’s historic FA Cup Semi-Final showdown with Arsenal, we have three fantastic merchandise promotions running to help fans celebrate the occasion in style.

First up, you can get your hands on an official 2014/15 replica shirt with a very special ‘Badge of Honour’, which is exclusive to the supporters! In recognition of the Royals’ first FA Cup Semi-Final in 88 years, you can have a commemorative badge added to all newly purchased shirts free of charge.

Go to www.readingfcdirect.co.uk to order yours now!

Don’t worry if you’ve already got your shirt, our dedicated team at the Megastore will be happy to apply the patch to your current shirt for just £5*.

This badge is available when buying both in-store and online. If you are purchasing online, don’t forget to click the Badge of Honour tick box.

A patch for the 2014/15 away shirt is also available and both patches can be applied in the Megastore before Saturday's game with Blackburn.

Moreover, the club are offering a limited-edition scarf for the occasion. Priced at £10, the blue and white scarf bears the name of Wembley on one side, with the other proudly displaying Reading FC and the date of the match. It is available in person at the Madejski Stadium Megastore and online.



Want something special for the younger Royals in your life? If so, then the ‘Kitted for the Cup’ promotion is the one for you! For just £40, you can buy a Junior kit, including shirt, shorts and socks. Please note: this offer is only available in person at the Madejski Stadium Megastore.

Both promotions are available while stocks last. For further information, please head to the Megastore or call 0118 968 1234.

Keep your eyes peeled here in the next week for details of a limited edition scarf we will be retailing ahead of the Semi-Final.




*Please note: the 'Badge of Honour' is exclusive to fans and the Reading FC First Team will not be wearing the badge when they face Arsenal in April.

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