It's tee time! So could your design take the cake?
- 06 March 2012 14:33
- Posted by Steve Antrobus
It’s not long until summer ... so what better way to prepare yourself than having a limited edition T-shirt at the ready for those balmy Manchester days!
We are launching a fantastic T-shirt design competition, in association with Umbro, which gives you the chance to help raise money for “Shoot For The Moon”. This is an exciting new partnership between Manchester City and Sport Relief, that will help young people in the Manchester area reach their goals.
To enter the competition, just come up with a design that you’d like to see on the front of a T-shirt, draw it up and submit it. You don’t have to be an art expert to enter – we’re just looking for some cracking ideas that will look cool on the streets of our fair city or further afield.
All you need to do to be in with a chance of seeing your idea on the front of a T-shirt is send your unique design to firstname.lastname@example.org. A panel of Umbro design experts will select five designs from all the entries received and then you, then fans will vote for the one you want to see in our stores ... it really is that simple!
We’ll publish a few entries as we receive them to give you inspiration and so you can see the competition here on www.mcfc.co.uk
You can send us your designs using this downloadable template and you can choose a City blue or white T-shirt as the background.
The closing date is 16 March and then voting will start on 20 March. We’ll reveal the winner at an extra special event coming up at the end of March!
Terms and conditions apply.
“Shoot For The Moon”
Shoot for the Moon is a fundraising partnership between Manchester City and Sport Relief. This competition - which gives you the chance to design a limited edition T-shirt that will be on sale in CityStore - is the latest example of activity in which fans can get involved, raise cash and change lives as all the money raised through the sale of the T-shirts* will be going to help vulnerable young people and families living in the Manchester area.