Challenge a Posh first team player in a new Mick George competition

Harry Beautyman is going head-to-head with a Posh fan.
Harry Beautyman is going head-to-head with a Posh fan.
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Peterborough United sponsors Mick George are giving one lucky fan the chance to compete against a Posh first team player in the Mick George ‘Challenge A Pro’ competition.

The event will take place at the Mick George Training Academy on the afternoon of July 28 and the lucky fan will go head-to-head with Peterborough United first team star Harry Beautyman over 10 different and exciting challenges (not all football challenges!).

Entering the competition is simple. Just send a selfie (photo) wearing your brand new Posh home kit and email it to or send it via twitter to @mickgeorgeltd.

The competition is only open to fans over the age of 16 and the lucky winner will be picked in a random draw at 5pm on Friday July 24.

The Mick George ‘Challenge A Pro’ competition will be filmed and each month during the season Posh supporters will get the opportunity to win prizes by guessing the correct winner of each of the 10 challenges.

Jon Stump, finance director at Mick George, said: “Our involvement at the club has extended this season as we are now the official sponsors of the Peterborough United FC Training Ground, now known as the Mick George Training Academy, which is home to all of the club’s representative sides from Dave Robertson’s first team down to the Academy Under 9s.

“It’s not every day that you get the chance to compete with a professional footballer and our ‘Challenge A Pro’ competition will give one lucky fan the opportunity to go behind the scenes at the Mick George Training Academy and compete with a Posh first team player in “head to head” challenges. We’ve put a lot of thought into the various challenges which will test a different range of skills and techniques. The talk around the training academy is that Harry is not taking any chances with this and is putting the extra hours in to make sure he is ready for the competition.”