Stoke City: Win a day out at the Brit as a Stoke City mascot
THE Sentinel has teamed up with Britannia, the community and financial partners of Stoke City, to give one youngster the chance of a lifetime... to be an official Potters mascot.
The winner, who must be aged between five and 12, will lead City out when they face Fulham at the Britannia Stadium on November 24 (3pm).
This fantastic prize includes a tour of the stadium, a pre-match buffet meal, a replica kit, two match-day tickets (in addition to the mascot's) so mum and dad can watch – plus the chance to warm-up on the hallowed Brit turf.
Britannia is part of the Co-operative Bank and part of the wider Co-operative Group which also includes the Co-operative Food, the Co-operative Travel, the Co-operative Pharmacy and the Co-operative Funeralcare.
They have sponsored Stoke since 1997, and their involvement is part of a nationwide programme to help children and their families live healthy lifestyles.
To have a chance of winning this fantastic prize, answer the following question.
What nationality is the Fulham manager Martin Jol? Is he ...
Then email your answer – together with your name, age, address and a daytime phone number – to firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, you can post your entry ON A POSTCARD to Sports Editor, The Sentinel, Forge Lane, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 5SS. The deadline for entries is noon on Friday.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
WINNERS will be notified by phone. No cash alternative is available and the editor's decision is final. Transportation to and from the game is not provided. The Sentinel reserves the right to withdraw this competition at any time. For full terms, go to www.thisisstaffordshire.co.uk/terms