Celebrate 4 mum - competition prize announced!
Signed match ball up for grabs!
Following the announcement of our Celebrate 4 Mum competition on Sunday, we can now confirm the money-can’t-buy prize for the person who sends us the best video.
We have today agreed with the Premier League that the match ball from our home game with Blackburn on Sunday 29th April will be signed by the team and sent to the winner!
It will be an invaluable piece of memorabilia from a game that will hopefully see us edge another step closer to booking our place in next season’s Champions League.
And once signed by all of the Spurs players who take part in the game, we will send the ball to wherever in the world you are.
Getting the chance to win this impressive prize could not be easier – as long as you have a great idea for a goal celebration!
In support of SOS Children’s ‘Mums Matter’ campaign, we have asked players and fans ‘what goal celebration would you do for your Mum if she was in the crowd?’
See the video above for some examples of what our players have said and our fans have demonstrated, and show us you can do better.
Tweet us @SpursOfficial with a link to your video and the hashtag #celebrate4mum, or post your video or a link to your video on our Facebook page, facebook.com/TottenhamHotspur.
The best 5 videos we receive will be shown at half-time during the Blackburn game, with the winner being whoever receives the loudest cheer from the crowd.
We will then contact you, get your details, and get that signed match ball out to you as soon as we can so that it can take pride of place in your home for years to come!
And remember, it’s all in support of our wonderful international charity partner, SOS Children, and ‘Mums Matter’, which aims to raise awareness of the role over 5,000 SOS Mothers play in improving the lives of thousands of orphaned and abandoned children around the world.
Show your support for SOS Children today!
Donate via text with MUMS55 and your amount to 70070.
Find out more about Mums Matter at facebook.com/MumsMatter or follow the campaign on Twitter @mums_matter.