Hundreds of little Bluebirds will have a very special outfit to wear for Cardiff City’s crunch tie this weekend. The football club has been making trips to nurseries across the city and donating hundreds of mini kits. They were given the kits from their supplier Adidas and decided to hand them out for free. The club stand just one match away from the Premier League with victory against Reading on Sunday ensuring top flight status. Acorns Nurseries Limited were one of the companies selected at random. They were given around 200 kits which were given to eight of their nurseries. One of their nurseries, on Oakfield Street, even created a football pitch on the grass and wrote a message of support to the Bluebirds. Stephanie Davies, from the company, said their children were delighted to receive the kits. “The children loved it,” she said. “There was great excitement and most of the parents were really appreciative,” she said. “We couldn’t give them to everyone we just picked one day to hand them out. “It was a really nice thing for a big club to do for the community”. Parents were encouraged to share pictures of their kids in the kits to show their support ahead of the weekend’s game. There will be a record crowd at the Cardiff City Stadium for the tie. Ticket sales have gone past the 30,000 mark.