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Learn football skills and be in to win a trip to the FIFA World Cup Final in Brazil at McDonald’s® Skills Zone Day

WHAT:
Does your child dream of defending like Winston Reid or scoring the match winning goal like Sarah Gregorius?

McDonald’s is giving children the chance to improve their football skills and demonstrate their passion for the sport at the action packed McDonald’s® Skills Zone Day in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch on Sunday, May 18.

There is also the chance to win the trip of a lifetime. At each of the McDonald’s Skills Zone Days, attendees will be able to enter a competition for their child’s chance to walk a player onto the pitch at the FIFA World Cup Final in Brazil! The competition is open to children aged 6-10 year old and if you can’t make it to one of the main centres don’t worry, you can still enter by uploading a video showing us your child’s football skills at skillszone.co.nz.

Activities on the day include football skills and challenges in the Skill Zone; and challenges in the Fun Zone including a speed gun measuring the velocity of shots and the McDonald’s inflatable football pitch. There will also be giveaways throughout the day and the chance to have a photo taken with Ronald McDonald. To keep the young players match fit, refreshments will be available on site during the day.

For more information go to: www.skillszone.co.nz
NB: Promotion terms & conditions apply

WHEN:
Sunday, 18th May 2014, from 10am

WHERE:
Auckland
Anytime between 10am – 4pm
Auckland Domain (in front of the grand stand)
Park Rd, Grafton, Auckland 1010

Wellington
Anytime between 10am – 2pm
Miramar Park
75 Darlington Road, Miramar

Christchurch
Anytime between 10am – 2pm
Avonhead Park
Hawthornden Road, Avonhead

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