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Tuesday 15 Dec 2020
Win big this Christmas with the Irish Football Association

Brighten up your Christmas with the Irish FA and the Northern Ireland international teams.

One lucky winner will get their hands on all of the festive prize extravaganza listed below, courtesy of our official partners. 

You could get your hands on a signed Northern Ireland signed shirt and football from adidas, a year’s supply of golf balls from Titleist, a JD Sports gift voucher, Northern Ireland FOCO goodies and much more!

All you have to do is sign up for news from the Irish FA. Anyone who is in the database by 10am on 24 December to be automatically entered into a prize draw. If you’re already a subscriber, simply enter through the link in our newsletter emails.  

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Have a look at what you could be taking home! 

  • FOCO: duffel bag
  • EA Sports: Physical copy of FIFA 21 for either PS4 or Xbox One
  • Konami: Physical copy of PES 2021 for either PS4 or Xbox One
  • A year’s supply of Titleist Northern Ireland golf balls 
  • A pair of Northern Ireland ‘Bawbags’ boxer shorts
  • Northern Ireland retro inspired phone case 
  • Signed adidas Northern Ireland home shirt
  • Signed Northern Ireland adidas ball 
  • Northern Ireland training tops 
  • ‘Football for All’ bauble hat 
  • Precision Goal 
  • Cathedral Eye Clinic Comprehensive Eye Health Check (valued at £110) 
  • £50 JD gift card 

By signing up you are also offering your support to families across Northern Ireland coping in the aftermath of a cancer diagnosis. Cancer Fund for Children (CFFC) are there to provide practical and emotional support to children, young people and their families, through individual and group work, as well as through therapeutic short breaks at their centre, Daisy Lodge in Newcastle Co Down. £1 will be donated to CFFC on behalf of those who sign up to hear from Irish FA up to £1,000