MASCOT OPPORTUNITY: Chance to lead the team out at the ABAX

Peterborough United sponsor Mick George Ltd are giving one lucky fans a chance to be mascot for the first League One home game of the season against Bradford City at the ABAX Stadium on Saturday, August 13.

Saturday, 6th August 2016, 8:50 am
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 8:03 pm
Enjoy a day as a Posh mascot.

The selected mascot will join the team on the pitch for a warm up and then lead the team out onto the pitch before kick-off. Other highlights will include meeting the players, having a tour of the changing rooms and collecting

autographs and photographs.

To register, please visit before August 7.

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The fixture will also see the launch of the new look ‘s kip challenge’, which this season will see two Posh supporters go head-to-head with two away supporters in a timed challenge to chip multiple balls from various points in to the skip, culminating with the Golden Ball which offers a cash prize starting at £200, with a £50 rollover for each fixture that participants are unsuccessful.

To register for the opportunity to represent your club, please visit

The Mick George Cheerleaders will be in attendance and will be performing a new routine pre-match and at half time. They will be giving away free limited edition T-Shirts to supporters which contain the club, Mick George Ltd and Princebuild logos plus a complete list of fixtures for the 2016/2017 season.

Other activities will include the new ‘Inflatable Shootout’ that will be present in the car-park as well as the ever present, ‘Mick the Skip Mascot’.

Jon Stump, Finance Director at Mick George Ltd commented: “The first home league game always creates a special buzz around the ground and we’re hoping to add to that upbeat atmosphere with a few extra surprises.”

“Last season we engaged with the POSH supporters in various ways to offer special opportunities, including VIP away games, mascot packages, playing on the ABAX pitch to name but a few, and we were encouraged by the feedback. This is something we’re looking to embrace again this season.’’