Win a signed Swans ball

14th November 2017
Club

It’s competition time at Swansea City.

As part of our Seven Swans A Giving Christmas campaign, we are giving away a Swans football which has been signed by our players.

To enter, simply ‘like’ and ‘retweet’ our competition post on Twitter, or ‘like’ and ‘share’ the same post on our Facebook page.

Alternatively, follow us on Instagram, ‘like’ our post and tag two friends in the comments section.

Chosen at random, the winner will bag themselves a ball signed by all of Paul Clement’s squad – the perfect gift for any Swans-mad fan this Christmas.

The festive campaign aims to give back to our loyal supporters in a variety of different ways in the build-up to Christmas day.

Seven Swans A Giving has already seen the club give away a mascot package to one lucky Junior Jack, while the club has also engaged in a number of community initiatives, such as our partnership with The Unum Project to help the homeless.

To find out more about Seven Swans A Giving, click HERE, and to find out how you can help us to help the homeless, click HERE.

 

Terms & Conditions

• To enter, fans must like and retweet/share the competition post on Facebook or Twitter.

• The prize is a signed 2017-18 Swansea City AFC ball.

• Only one entry per person will be considered for the prize draw.

• If the selected winner does not meet the eligibility criteria in condition, we will re-draw and select an alternative winner.

• Swansea City AFC reserves the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value if a prize becomes unavailable for reasons beyond Swansea City AFC control.

• Swansea City can publish the names and photographs of the winners to publicise the prize-giving presentation after the closing date of the prize draw.

• The prize draw will take place on Friday, November 17, 2017 and the winner will be contacted on the same day.

• The winner must claim their prize by midday Friday, November 24, 2017 or the prize will be forfeited and a new winner will be drawn at random.