The Dartford Messenger is offering one lucky boy or girl the opportunity to be a mascot at the FA Trophy second round match next month.
We’ve teamed up with Dartford Football Club to offer one reader and nine family and friends to go to Princes Park to see the match against either Merthyr Town or Tonbridge Angels.
Not only will a child get to be a mascot for the day, but you can have a personalised message in the programme and enjoy the day in the VIP box.
The match takes place on Saturday, December 15, with a 3pm kick off.
General manager Nicola Collett said: "Children will be met by our mascot manager and taken on a tour of the grounds.
"They then get taken for a warm-up with the team before taking their seats, which are in a very good position.
"They receive a signed programme and also get to pick the man of the match before having pictures taken."
To enter, email firstname.lastname@example.org saying why you think you should be picked and who you would bring. Please include your phone number and address.
The deadline for entries is Monday, December 3, at 5pm.
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