Fulham and Surrey FA Junior Club Day 2013

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Premier League side Fulham FC and the Surrey County FA have joined forces once again and are proud to announce that this season's Junior Club Day will be taking place when Reading visit Craven Cottage on May 4th 2013.

For the third year in a row, clubs from Surrey that have achieved FA Charter Standard status will be able to purchase discounted tickets for the match as well as receiving a whole host of other goodies and special surprises on the day.

This year, tickets are priced at just £10 for juniors (Under-16s), and for every 10  purchased, you will receive a FREE adult ticket*.

And while the match itself kicks-off at 3pm, the real action starts at 11am at Bishop's Park - right next to Craven Cottage - which will feature the EA Sports dugout, an inflatable pitch and the FA Women's Cup on display.

All juniors will be given a goody bag on arrival, while your club name will appear in the official match-day programme and on the electronic boards around the pitch. There will also be exclusive offers on food and drink inside the stadium.

And that's not all - the Charter Standard club that sells the most tickets will win a coaching session at Fulham's Training Ground in Motspur Park, along with a pitch presentation recognising their achievement and a signed Fulham shirt.

To book your tickets, either download and complete the booking form below or call the Fulham FC ticket office on 0843 208 1234 and select option 3 (open Monday-Friday, 9-5pm).

So get your club together, head down to Craven Cottage and enjoy some Premier League action for only £10!

DEADLINE EXTENDED - you now have until Friday 26th April to purchase tickets.

Adult tickets priced at £35 / Exclusive special offer applies to tickets in the neutral Putney End or the Hammersmith End / All tickets subject to availability / Offer only applicable to Charter Standard Clubs. Please email website@surreyfa.com for more information.

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