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Grassroots and amateur footballers across the country can kick off the new season in style with an exclusive makeover for their team thanks to new football App High5it.
Launched on Wednesday 9th July, High5it invites teams from schools, junior, university and adult amateur leagues to bag our exciting top prize. The top five teams in each section, as voted for by their fans and supporters, will win a High5it-sponsored team strip, a set of practice footballs and a £500 club donation. What's more, this hat-trick of goodies will be presented by a leading professional footballer.
The competition marks the arrival of new social football app, High5it, which aims to give a voice to real football fans, by allowing them to interact and celebrate great play in a way that is truly recognised. Available as a free download from 1st August, High5it works with live data streams from matches, enabling fans to positively recognise great play from their favourite players as it happens.
Professional player and Director of Football for High5it, Ian Evatt, comments: "Grassroots football has always been the bedrock of the game in this country, whether you're a budding Steven Gerrard, enjoy a Sunday League kick about or a diehard fan of your local or professional team.
"Football is our national sport and along with the professional leagues, there is a vast football community at all levels who play, coach, organise and support because of their pure love of the game. So we want to celebrate that with this initiative by giving something back."
On the launch of the new High5it App, expected ahead of the start of the new football season, he added: "New technology introduced at the World Cup undoubtedly improved games and the experience for viewers, and the High5it App is all about giving fans a new voice, better connecting them with their heroes and giving access to the same training and expertise as a professional footballer."
Open to any UK school, or junior and adult football team registered with the UK Football Association, entries will be accepted via www.hi5us.co.uk where the final whistle will blow for entries at noon on Thursday 31st July*. Please visit www.hi5us.co.uk for full terms and conditions.
England captain Steph Houghton and international centurion Casey Stoney are amongst the host of female and male pros, including PFA chairman Ritchie Humphrey, using Twitter to support the nationwide initiative where up to 15 school, junior, university and amateur teams can win a year's sponsorship and new training equipment for the new season.
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