Foundation Community Champions Draw
As Newcastle United prepare for their first home game of the new Premier League season, the club’s Foundation is launching a matchday draw where everyone can win big.
With everything to play for at St. James’ Park, we want you to experience that winning feeling at home too with the brand-new Foundation Community Champions Draw.
The draw is your chance to win exclusive NUFC prizes every home game and every time you play, you are supporting hundreds thousands of children, young adults and elderly people who learn, socialise, play sport and achieve their potential with Newcastle United Foundation.
Prizes up for grabs this season include a cash jackpot, runner-up cash prizes and exciting club prizes including signed club merchandise and kit.
Last year, nearly £60,000 was raised by players of the Foundation’s matchday draw, with the figure shared between winners and the rest directly funding the charity’s community work.
For 2020/21, the Foundation Community Champions Draw will support people like our disability football teams who meet, train and play for free in a safe environment with Foundation coaches.
We currently hold regular training sessions for our amputee, blind, cerebral palsy, deaf, Down’s syndrome, frame, partially sighted and power chair football teams.
With players like you supporting the Foundation Community Champions Draw every matchday, we can help hundreds more children and young adults meet new people and play sport to make football truly accessible for all.
HOW TO PLAY
- Sign up to make a monthly donation at nufoundationdraw.com to be entered into each draw – it’s that simple!
- Winners are revealed at half-time during all Newcastle United home games and winners will be notified by email. Good luck!
T&Cs apply. Players must be 16+
"The Foundation Community Champions Draw does exactly that - every single player is championing the most vulnerable in their neighbourhood, helping them to play, learn, socialise and achieve their potential, as well as players winning themselves some amazing prizes too!"Gill Keeka, Newcastle United Foundation Development Manager