YOUTH football teams across the Malvern Hills are being urged to take part in a competition run by a national energy company to win themselves a brand new kit.
E.ON is offering under-13 sides from the area the chance to get themselves kitted out for free with the launch of its new ‘Power Kicks’ scheme.
Winning clubs will receive 15 full youth kits in sizes and colours of their choosing.
This new project is part of E.ON’s commitment to supporting the communities where many of its customers live and its employees work.
There is no requirement to be an E.ON customer to take part, and entries can be submitted by football clubs or school teams via the E.ON website from today (Monday) until October 30.
E.ON’s chief executive Michael Lewis, said: “Youth football can really bring communities and people together, whether that’s by supporting your local school’s team or by getting involved with a district club or league as a parent, relative, family friend or a coach.
“We’re keen to provide support to some of these teams by providing new kits to play in.
“We’ve deliberately kept our Power Kicks competition simple to enter, to encourage entries from under 13 teams across Worcestershire.
“If you’re involved with a team, or know someone who is, I encourage you to spread the word and visit the E.ON website to enter.”
To enter E.ON’s Power Kicks competition, visit eonenergy.com/powerkicks and complete the online entry form.
All valid entries received by October 30 will be entered into the prize draw to win a voucher to cover the cost of 15 full youth kits.