City in the Community are teaming up with Nissan West Way Manchester to give you the chance to win a brand new Nissan Juke.
As part of our City in the Community Day celebrations, the winner will be presented with the car pitch-side at the Manchester derby on Sunday 20 March.
This is a fantastic opportunity for one lucky fan to win a car worth over £17,000 as well as receiving a much sought after matchday experience in the Legends restaurant for the most popular game of the season.
The prize includes:
- A 2016 registered Nissan Juke* (see below for more details of the prize conditions)
- Two tickets in Legends for the MCFC vs MUFC match on Sunday 20 March with the opportunity to meet Club legends**
- Pitch-side presentation at half time.
Online entry costs just £5 but if you are feeling extra lucky, options to purchase multiple entries are also available.
Visit www.charitystars.com/mcfc to enter.
Proceeds will support City in the Community’s School Sports programme to deliver increased physical activity to primary school children across Manchester.
Full terms and conditions of the competition can be found on the Charity Stars website.
Entrants must be aged 18 or over. Employees of Manchester City FC, City in the Community Foundation, and Nissan West Way will be excluded from entering the competition. Friends and family of employees are entitled to enter.
*The winner will receive a brand new Nissan Juke registered to them as first owners on the log book (new ‘16’ registration plates).
They have full ownership rights, the car will come with first year’s road tax. It is the owners obligation to tax the car after year one, and servicing/repairs and maintenance is NOT included as part of the prize.
**The winner will need to be available to be in Manchester on the weekend of the match stated above (match kick off 4pm Sunday 20 March at the Etihad Stadium), transport to and from Manchester is NOT included in the prize package.
The Legends Lounge tickets are in the home section of the Etihad Stadium, therefore the winner must behave accordingly and if the winner is not a Manchester City supporter then they must be respectful of the home fans, staff and all representatives of MCFC at all times.