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Albion in the Community (AITC) is giving young Seagulls fans the chance to win a signed match issued Brighton & Hove Albion FC shirt.

AITC has launched a competition to win Jiri Skalak’s top from the home game with Norwich City – a match the Seagulls won 5-0.

Skalak was on top form against Norwich – setting up three of the Albion’s five goals.

All people have to do to be in with a chance of winning the shirt is sign-up for one of the Brighton & Hove Albion Soccer Schools taking place this summer.

Brighton & Hove Albion Soccer Schools are run by AITC’s FA-qualified coaches and take place across Sussex, including Billingshurst, Brighton, Eastbourne, Hassocks, Newhaven, Steyning, Worthing and Uckfield.

Aimed at girls and boys of all abilities, the soccer schools focus on helping young players learn new skills and make new friends in a safe, fun and structured environment.

The summer courses run from 31 July until 31 August and anyone who books on to a course before 1 August will automatically be entered into the free prize draw to win Skalak’s shirt.

Prices start at £23 for a single day for players aged five to 13, or £10 for four or five-year-olds.

To book a place, visit our booking page here:

Terms and conditions are available below.

Terms and conditions:

Anyone booking a place before 1 August 2017 for any of AITC’s Brighton & Hove Albion Soccer School that take place between 31 July and 31 August 2017 at one of the following venues will automatically be entered into the free prize draw: Billingshurst; Brighton; Eastbourne; Hassocks; Newhaven; Steyning; Worthing and Uckfield. It also includes our inclusive soccer school in Lancing.

The winner will be selected at random and notified by email in the week commencing 7 August 2017.

Each Brighton & Hove Albion FC player was issued with two shirts for the game with Norwich City. This is competition prize is for one of those shirts – the other having already been auctioned. AITC cannot guarantee the shirt was worn during the game.