Aged 6-13? Here's how you could be a mascot at England V Germany Under-20s!
Youngsters could get an international call-up – to be a mascot at an England v Germany football match.
England’s Young Lions face Germany as part of an international tournament at Huddersfield’s John Smith’s Stadium on Friday.
And the Examiner has teamed up with Huddersfield Town and the Football Association to offer two mascot places for the game.
Youngsters aged six to 13 can enter and one mascot will walk out with England and the other with Germany.
The mascots will also be kitted out in their respective colours – and get to keep the strip worth at least £70.
The youngsters will stay on... read more
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