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Soccer Aid launches mascot design competition for children

If your youngster fancies the chance of walking out onto the pitch ahead of the Soccer Aid for Unicef game at Stamford Bridge, enter this competition!

Primary and secondary school pupils have the chance to unleash their creativity and compassion, to design their dream mascot ahead of this year’s match at the Chelsea ground on Sunday, June 9.

This exciting opportunity could win youngsters a place as a mascot walking out onto the pitch, or a ticket to see the game live, in person.

The Mascot Design Competition is part of the Soccer Aid for UNICEF Academy – the brand-new school’s footballing fundraiser from Soccer Aid for UNICEF – and aims to spark some friendly competition between schools, all while raising vital funds to help every child, everywhere, enjoy happy, healthy childhoods.

The UNICEF Youth Advisory Board will judge entries and are on the lookout for mascot designs that not only bring good luck to both the England and World XI FC teams but capture the heart and spirit of Soccer Aid for UNICEF: giving every child the right to play.

Sarah Wren, head of Soccer Aid for UNICEF, said: “We’re so excited to launch this Mascot Design Competition to inspire children to embrace their creativity, regardless of ability. We’re encouraging kids across the UK to get playful, colourful, and have a blast experimenting with different mascot styles – all in the spirit of supporting Soccer Aid for UNICEF. Together, we’re not just creating mascots, we’re raising essential funds for children around the world to give them the best start in life”.

The 2024 event will air live and exclusively on ITV1, STV and ITVX.

Tickets for the Soccer Aid for UNICEF match are available at: www.socceraid.org.uk/tickets

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