How about this for the ultimate romantic gesture! We’ve teamed up with renowned mash-up label Blood In Blood Out to offer 11 lucky fans the opportunity to have an exclusive mash-up shirt designed and created for them.
Since Monday, we’ve teased shirt fanatics on social media with a showcase of 66 current club shirts.
From these selections, we want you to share your favourite mash-up proposal using a maximum of 4 different shirts. You will also need to tell the story behind your selection.
Maybe you’re a die-hard West Ham supporter but grew up in the Balearics watching RCD Mallorca. You spent a year travelling across Japan with a Gamba Osaka super-fan and were recently introduced to Colo-Colo’s record-breaking striker Esteban Paredes on a business trip to Chile? The love for shirts can be a many splendored thing.
The 11 best submissions will be transformed into unique mash-up shirts. Entries are possible now until Monday 17.02.20 at midnight. The 11 winning designs will be revealed in March.
Terms and Conditions
- To enter, please comment on the #Fortheloveofshirts @Umbro Instagram post or tweet @Umbro with the following:
- A minimum of 3 and maximum of 4 of your favourite current Umbro club shirts you would like to see designed into a new mash-up shirt.
- A statement telling us the reasons why you have selected each shirt.
- Your shirt size
- Only one team per league and country is allowed .
- The competition is open to residents of all countries save for Iran, North Korea, Quebec, Myanmar, Sudan, and Syria, excluding employees of Umbro and affiliated parties.
- The competition is free to enter and no purchase is necessary.
- The opening date is 14th February 2020 at 12pm UK time. The closing date is 17thFebruary 2020 at midnight. Entries received after this time will not be accepted.
- The selection of winning entries and final shirt designs shall be at our sole discretion.
- The 11 winners will be notified via Direct Messaging at the appropriate time.
- The prize is as stated and cannot be exchanged for a cash equivalent.
- This competition is governed by the laws of England and subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.