Enter now to be in with the chance of winning a signed shirt worn by Steven Davis!

On Thursday 18th October 2020, Northern Ireland Captain Steven Davis made history by surpassing Pat Jennings to hold the country’s all-time appearances record.

His landmark 120th cap, went to a fitting 120 minutes against Bosnia & Herzogovina in the Euro 2020 qualifying play-off semi-final, before Northern Ireland triumphed in our first ever penalty shoot-out!

Now, Steven wants to give the Green and White Army the chance to win his match shirt from that historic match, whilst supporting the Northern Ireland National Team’s chosen charity, Cancer Fund for Children.

Enter today and win the perfect Christmas gift – for someone else, or maybe to treat yourself!

How your support will help…

Every week in Northern Ireland another three children, teenagers and young adults (0-24) are diagnosed with cancer. Cancer Fund for Children understands the devastating impact a cancer diagnosis and treatment can have on the whole family and that beyond essential medical care there is a family life that needs to be rebuilt.

From the point of diagnosis our team of Cancer Support Specialists are here to help, guide and support families at home, in their community, and at our therapeutic short break and residential centre in Newcastle, Co. Down. Our support is focused not just on the young person, but on the whole family. Our aim is to empower, connect and strengthen them, so they feel equipped to deal with whatever the future may hold.

Cancer Fund for Children is also here to help bereaved families cope with the emotional pain of losing a child to cancer as well as supporting children and young people whose parent has been diagnosed with cancer.

Taking part in our raffle couldn’t be simpler – just click on the play now button below. Chances are £1 each. The closing date is 27th November and the draw will be held on 1st December 2020.

Thank you so much for joining in and good luck in the draw!

Play now - tickets are £1.00 each
 Cancer Fund for Children