Win City shirt signed by Jesus Navas
- 12 June 2013 12:00
- Posted by @markbooth_mcfc
We’re giving all @NYCFC Twitter followers the opportunity to win an authentic new Nike Manchester City shirt signed by Jesus Navas.
City's newest recruit was in New York with the Spain national team who beat Ireland 2-0 at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night.
After completing his transfer to Manchester City, the World Cup winner met with recently appointed New York City FC Director of Football Claudio Reyna once he’d completed his medical examination.
The 27-year old then posed with his new jersey for gathered photographers before signing it for one lucky NYC FC fan.
The first 25,000 Twitter followers of @NYCFC will be in the running to win this money-can’t-buy piece of merchandise and will receive it after the shirt is released to the public on 27 June 2013.
Follow @NYCFC to win!
Terms and conditions
- The competition start date is 11/06/13.
- The competition is organised by New York City Football Club (“the Club”)
- By participating in this competition you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions until the competition closes at Midnight 26th June 2013.
- To enter the competition you will need access to the internet and have a Twitter account. Entry to the competition is by following the official New York City Twitter feed which is located at https://twitter.com/nycfc
- The competition will entail the entrant following @NYCFC at https://twitter.com/nycfc. The winner will then be selected at random after 12.00pm GMT on 26/06/13 from those who have entered the promotion in accordance with these terms and conditions.
- The prize is non-transferable and there will be no cash alternative or alternative prizes for any reason.
- The winner will contacted by the Club by email or by phone on or after 12.00pm GMT 26/06/13 and information about the winner (excluding excessive personal information) will be made available at http://www.nycfc.com/on or after 12.00pm GMT 26/06/13.
- There is one prize of a Manchester City 2013/14 Home Shirt signed by Jesus Navas.