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Donate kit and go into Nissan’s UEFA Champions League ticket draw

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September 19, 2017
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Nissan Motor (GB) is calling on members of the public to help it kit out underprivileged children and adults in countries across the world and get the chance of winning tickets for the UEFA Champions League final.

The scheme encourages members of the public to donate pre-loved football kit through its dealer network, to the football charity KitAid.

Nissan UEFA Champions League ticket draw

Chance to see UEFA Champions League in Kiev

Everyone who donates will receive a prize draw code they can enter online, with the chance to win tickets to this season’s UEFA Champions League final at the NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine.

Nissan is the official automotive partner of the UEFA Champions League.

Since it kicked off in 1998, KitAid has sent more than 400,000 football kits to children and adults in 40 different countries around the world.

‘Thrilled’ to work with UEFA Champions League partner

Founder of KitAid, Derrick Williams MBE, said: “We’re thrilled to be working with Nissan on this pilot.

“Collaborating with Nissan will be of huge support to widen our network and continue to support the beautiful game for all, throughout the world.”

Nissan Motors GB Managing Director, Alex Smith added: “We encourage our dealerships to connect with their local communities in lots of innovative ways and many already have great tie-ups with local football clubs.

“Our project with KitAid widens this support network in an exciting way. We’re proud to be supporting such a worthy cause, through such a fantastic initiative.”

Nissan’s ‘exciting’ affiliation with UEFA Champions League

Ayo Awe, from Nissan Motor (GB) headquarters in Hertfordshire, came up with the idea of the KitAid collaboration.

He said: “Nissan has an exciting affiliation with football through our UEFA Champions League partnership and calling on members of the public to donate kit will have a hugely positive impact to children and adults of impoverished countries, who just want to play the game but have nothing suitable to wear to play it.”

All clean shirts, boots, shorts and further football paraphernalia can be donated through the Nissan dealership network.

Drop your kit off and receive a Nissan branded recyclable bag and be entered into the draw to win a pair of UEFA Champions League tickets.

High interest in this years UEFA Champions League

Interest in this year’s UEFA Champions League is at unprecedented levels with six British teams involved – Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Spurs, Chelsea and Celtic.

Will one of the British teams succeed, will Real Madrid retain the trophy for the third consecutive time, or will the rising power of Paris Saint-Germain be victorious in Kiev?

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