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Kids’ competition time: win one of four football flags

Whether you’re looking for an outlet for some creativity, catching up on homeschooling or getting the kids ready for the return to school in September, our workbook aimed at KS3+ age children could be what you’re after, and there’s a little bonus in the shape of our prize draw.

Our 38-page workbook helps children to understand what it takes to run a football club, and the value of football supporters. We’ve incorporated a number of different disciplines including English, maths, art and inclusion awareness into a range of exercises framed within the context of being a football supporter.

The prize on offer is one of four bespoke football flags to be designed by the winners, provided free of charge by the FSA.

For younger fans, we have a design a flag worksheet that will provide a creative outlet and also allow them the opportunity to win a flag for their favourite player or team.

To enter the competition

Once you have designed your flag or completed the workbook, pick a page that you are most proud of and either:

a) scan/photograph it and email it along with the parental consent form to with the subject FSA Competition; or

b) post it along with the parental consent form form to: FSA Competition, The FSA, 1 Ashmore Terrace, Stockton Road, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, SR2 7DE

The deadline for entries is midnight on 31st August. For full terms and conditions, click here.

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