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Keep up for Sport Relief!

27 February 2014

Brewers to support nationwide cause

Want the chance to win an iPad or a Brewers shirt? Take part in the Keepy-Uppy challenge at Saturday’s game with Accrington Stanley and you could be in with a chance!

As part of the club’s efforts to support Sport Relief, in partnership with GreenThumb lawn treatment service, we’re inviting fans to take part in the challenge to win some great prizes and help out a worthy cause.

It’s simple – keep the ball off the floor with any part of your body (excluding your hands of course!) for 30 seconds and you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad, a Brewers shirt or a Nike football.

Not your thing? Come along and watch football freestyler Francis Vu, who will be performing some of his skills with those taking part.

Whether you want to take part or just have a look, the challenge and VW campervan will be situated behind the West Stand prior to kick-off, with fans also being invited to show off their skills on the Pirelli Stadium pitch at half-time.

As well as fundraising for Sport Relief, GreenThumb are sponsoring Dani Coltman of the Burton Albion Community Trust as they head out to Ghana in May as part of a community partnership programme.

So come along, have some fun and keep up for Sport Relief!


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