Following a competition to reward Surrey County FA's 1,500th follower on Twitter, we are excited to reveal the lucky winner is Richard Parker, from Cobham, who has bagged himself a Ray Wilkins signed training top, a signed Fulham football and a signed copy of Final Whistle by Dan Freedman.
But this isn't the first big win Richard's had in his life, as in 2005 he won a Gold medal representing Great Britain in the football at the Deaflympics in Melbourne, Australia.
"I was born profoundly deaf and became involved in deaf football at 11-years-old, playing in goal due to my size!" says Richard.
"At the age of 23, I was selected to represent the Great Britain football team in the Deaflympics, which were held in Bulgaria in 1993. Unfortunately we came 5th! We made amends for this in 2005 though, when we went to Melbourne and came back with the Gold. The whole experience - from training, to travelling, and the management - was fantastic.
"I can relate to the winners of London 2012 but also the disappointment felt by those that worked so hard and didn't take home a medal," he added.
Richard, who currently plays for the Fulham Deaf Football Team, has also kept goal for senior teams like Sutton United, Cobham, Colliers Wood United and Fulham St Andrews, where he was the only deaf player in the side.
The stopper, who has also played for Brighton and Hove Albion's deaf side, is planning to auction off the signed training top and football and give the proceeds to the Great Britain or Fulham Deaf football teams.