'Reduced me to tears. Excellent' - Emotional fans react to stunning #SunderlandTogether video produced by SAFC

Emotional Sunderland fans have reacted to a stunning video produced by the club as season cards go on sale.

Monday, 29th March 2021, 2:12 pm

Sunderland have today put season cards for the 2021-22 campaign on sale to supporters and to mark the occasion a new promotional video has been shot, highlighting what the city of Sunderland has to offer while also reflecting on the highs and lows of recent seasons on the pitch.

You can watch the video below.

The club announced last week that fans would be facing a modest increase on prices from previous campaigns, with adult tickets starting at £340.

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Sunderland have confirmed that they will offer a pro-rata refund should any supporter be affected by games forced behind-closed-doors or with a reduced capacity as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The club have also announced that they will support the #SunderlandTogether initiative by donating £1 from every season card sold to the campaign, which supports four local charities.

And Sunderland fans have been reacting to the promotional video on Twitter:

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Brett Redmayne tweeted: “Actual tears, amazing work.”

Ann Coldwell tweeted: “Reduced me to tears. Excellent.”

Gregg P tweeted: “Had a tear in my eye watching that.”

afcfans1879 added: “My club.”

Meanwhile, ALS summed up the mood as they tweeted: “I absolutely love this. Finally feels like the club is going somewhere again. I can’t wait for us all to be in there together. I know I’ve renewed straight away, let us know if you are! #SunderlandTogether”

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