Share your kids goal celebrations #CelebrateBetter 16



Do your kids love sports?  Both my boys are sports mad.  Football, cricket, tennis and athletics, they love them all.  We are so lucky that I do not have to encourage my children to enjoy sport.  It is part of their everyday, especially during the summer.

#CelebrateBetter

Maxi is part of an amazing junior football team, which has taught him so much, but more than that they love to play with the other children in the neighbourhood.  This is one of the biggest reasons we love to live where we do, we are blessed with a neighbourhood of families whose children all play well together.  We also live in a great area with green spaces for children to play and none of those horrible “no ball games” signs.

Maxi celebrating

So we are excited to be involved with the #CelebrateBetter campaign with McDonald’s. McDonald’s wants to make grassroots football better, so has been introducing better play to local communities by helping clubs, providing kits, arranging awards and hosting community football days.  Their latest initiative is the competition we’d love you to get involved in.

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How can you get involved?

We want to see pictures of your kids playing football and celebrating their goals. Share your kid’s #CelebrateBetter goal on Twitter with @BetterPlayUK for the chance to win tickets for the FA Community Shield or be a Player Escort at UEFA Euro 2016.

  • Share your involvement in the challenge with your Instagram and Twitter followers, using the #CelebrateBetter tag and including the @BetterPlayUK handle

maxi football

These pictures could be from your game at the park or even in the garden or from your clubs 7 a side game.  Keep an eye on my Instagram, Facebook and Twitter feeds this week where the MiniMads will be sharing their #CelebrateBetter goal celebrations.

You can find out more and the full terms and conditions here.

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