Could your child be a mascot for Portsmouth Football Club’s season opening game?

Your child could be a mascot for Portsmouth Football Club’s first league game of the season against Luton on Saturday 4 August.

A staff ballot is being held for two mascot packages as part of the University’s partnership with the football club.

Your child will join other mascots for a lap of honour while wearing the new University of Portsmouth sponsored football kit, before being led out onto the pitch with a Pompey player before the start of the match.

Four south stand tickets are available in total (2 x mascots, 2 x accompanying adults). You can either enter to win all four tickets, or just two tickets (1 x mascot, 1 x accompanying adult).

The package also includes:

  • Loan kit for the mascots for the match
  • Pre-match warm-up on the pitch (weather permitting)
  • Lap of honour with the other mascots
  • Lead a Pompey player onto the pitch at the start of the game
  • Official line-up photograph of mascots and players
  • Official ‘shaking hands’ photograph on the pitch

You must be a staff member to enter the ballot and your child must be aged 5-12 years. Please fill out this google form by 4pm on Wednesday 18 July to enter. The winner/s will be selected at random.

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  1. I am a member of staff at the University of Portsmouth Dental Academy. My son, Jameson is 5 1/2 and has cerebral Palsy. He plays for the the Portsmouth disability team 5-16 years on Saturdays and watched his first Pompey game on 7th July at Havant and Waterlooville grounds. He is a huge Pompey fan, just like his Dad and to be a mascot for one game would be a truly wonderful experience for him.

    Thankyou for reading.

  2. My son is a massive blues fan and he would LOVE to win this!

  3. My Son is 6 and has been bugging me for ages to take him to a game. This would make his first experience extra special.

    Good luck everyone x

  4. My son is also 6 and would love the experience of being a mascot for Pompey.

    Bon courage!

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