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WIN A SIGNED SHIRT FROM THE FA COMMUNITY SHIELD!

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McDonald’s are offering you the chance to win a signed match shirt from this year’s FA Community Shield. There’s 2 signed Manchester City and 2 signed Liverpool match shirts up for grabs! All you have to do is enter into the prize competition through the link below:

CLICK HERE TO ENTER

 
Throughout the year, McDonald’s run a number of exclusive competitions, tying in with their new Fun Football programme which provides a fun and safe environment for 5 –11 year olds to try football. The wide range of promotions offer new football boots, match tickets, training equipment, signed merchandise and once in a lifetime family experiences.
 
Over the next 4 years, McDonald’s is committed to providing 5 million hours of Fun Football across the UK in order to give over 500,000 children the chance to play football. To find out more about the new McDonald’s Fun Football programme and the different ways you can get involved, including more chances for you to win exclusive competitions, visit their website and sign up to theFun Football newsletter:
 
https://www.mcdonalds.com/gb/en-gb/football.html
 
 
 
 
 
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