FOOTBALL mad youngsters are being given the opportunity to win a training day with a Manchester City and Belgium star thanks to collectibles company Topps.
Schools and football teams in the Rotherham area are being urged to ‘Club Together’ in order to win the training day with attacker Kevin De Bruyne, a Premier League manager and a week-long adventure holiday camp as part of Topps’ annual competition.
Topps is inviting teachers, coaches and parents from youth teams in Rotherham to register their football squad online at www.toppsfootball.co.uk/clubtogether and get players, collectors, families and the local community to collect unique codes printed inside retail packets of Match Attax Extra trading cards.
To be in with a chance of winning the host of money-can't-buy and runners up packages, which include complete football kits, full training kits and ball and bag giveaways, Rotherham competitors must simply enter Match Attax Extra codes online against their nominated local team in order to help rise up the Club Together leader board.
Rod Pearson, Marketing Director at Topps, said: "We're really excited to launch this year's Club Together competition. Following the huge success of last year's Club Together scheme, and with the amazing prizes up for grabs, we're confident it will be a big hit among young football fans.
"Topps has a dedicated fan base particularly in Rotherham, who spend their hard-earned pocket money weekly on Match Attax products. We therefore want to reward devoted collectors with money-can't-buy prizes while raising the profile and importance of the county's most popular sport, at a grassroots level. The Club Together competition is also about giving back to the community and providing fun, exciting, life-changing opportunities for young sporting enthusiasts."
For more information, visit: www.toppsfootball.com. For latest news and updates follow @ToppsMatchAttax, @ToppsMerlin and @MyTopps on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Snapchat!
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