South Australia's public sector teachers will have the chance to see the Adelaide Crows in action for free, when they host Greater Western Sydney later this month.
The Crows are using the April 29 clash at the Adelaide Oval to thank essential public-sector workers for their dedication during the pandemic.
In recognition of their efforts the Crows are offering teachers, alongside other frontline workers, the chance to get their hands on a complimentary ticket to the round seven match.
Crows CEO, Tim Silvers, said "The pandemic has created many and wide-ranging challenges for the football industry and the broader public.
"Nurses, doctors, paramedics, police officers, human services workers and teachers are among those who have given incredible service to our community and no doubt made many personal sacrifices along the way.
“Like many people, we consider ourselves the beneficiaries of their hard work and commitment.
“Offering them tickets to the footy and the chance to enjoy the atmosphere and excitement of a Crows home game is the least we could do.”
There will also be a chance to buy two more half-priced tickets, while attending a second Crows' home game later in the season.
Teachers will receive an email with details on how they can register their interest in the initiative, which is also backed by the South Australian Government.