Donate your old/unwanted football boots and you could win 2 x Europa Lounge football hospitality tickets for the UEFA EUROPA league Final on 29th May 2019 in Baku
We’re asking all football fans and players of all ages to donate your unwanted boots to us, as Kia are in partnership with the UEFA foundation for children. All boots will be taken to Jordan to be donated to young Syrian refugees, so that they can enjoy the game too.
Entrants must donate their boots before April 26th and must complete their contact details on a Prize Draw card provided in store.
Kia Motors and UEFA are launching the inaugural UEFA Europa League Trophy Tour, Driven by Kia. The tour will give football fans across Europe the opportunity to see the iconic UEFA Europa League trophy as the competition’s 2018/19 knockout stage unfolds.
Throughout the duration of the UEFA Europa League Trophy Tour, fans and players of all ages will be encouraged to donate used and unwanted boots. In partnership with the UEFA Foundation for Children, the boots will be taken to the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan to be given to Syrian refugees of all ages.
John Rayment of GWR Kia said, “We are encouraging those in West London to come and donate their used or unwanted football boots to support this important cause. Please come down and donate what you can.”
Visit GWR Kia to deposit your boots and have the chance of winning tickets to the UEFA Europa League final, amongst other prizes. Boot donations can be made at any stage of the UEFA Europa League Trophy Tour.
The UEFA Europa League Trophy Tour, Driven by Kia, kicked off at the Geneva International Motor Show on Tuesday 5 March and will end on 12 May, ahead of the UEFA Europa League final in Baku, Azerbaijan. The tour will visit Geneva, Seville, Berlin, London, Milan, Moscow, Paris and Baku, where fans will have the opportunity to see the UEFA Europa League trophy up close and meet football legends at a variety of city-centre pop-up locations, local amateur clubs and schools.
A stellar list of former players have signed up to take part including Deco, Lothar Matthäus and Eiður Guðjohnsen, with more to be announced in the coming weeks.
Kia has the honour of conducting this inaugural tour that will make stops in eight major European cities. The stopovers will feature school visits in addition to city-centre activations with the trophy and UEFA ambassador on show.