Alabama football fans can celebrate College Colors Day very easily.
There are plenty of holidays for Alabama football fans. You can celebrate the first game of the season, the Third Saturday in October, or the National Championship. There’s also the A-Day game, the NFL Draft, and the Iron Bowl. Although Crimson Tide fans have plenty of reasons to celebrate, there is an upcoming holiday that’s flying under the radar. College Colors Day is Friday, September 4.
College Colors Day is a national holiday for fans of all college sports. It’s a way for fans to show their school spirit as they go about their day. This is the 16th annual College Colors Day, and it is a very easy holiday to celebrate. All fans have to do in order to celebrate is wear their team colors on Friday. For Alabama football fans, they just have to wear their favorite crimson apparel to show their support of the Crimson Tide. It can be a shirt, a jersey, or even just a hat.
This year’s theme for College Colors Day is “United We Fan.” It helps show that we can stand together through these trying times despite physical separation. With everything happening in the world, any opportunity to bring people together should be seized. It might just be the simple act of wearing your team colors, but it can go a long way.
If you choose to celebrate College Colors Day, you can post a picture of you in your Crimson Tide gear on social media with the hashtag #CollegeColorsDay. You can also interact with other fans who post pictures with their gear. Doing so will give you a virtual community to engage with, which is incredibly valuable during these times.
If you see anyone in public wearing Alabama gear on Friday, make sure you give them a warm “Roll Tide” greeting as well.