Following the success of #SameGoals 2018, The Twelfth Man Times has partnered with Manchester City FC for the development of wome’s football for a second year running.
There is no stopping the progress of women’s football in India right now. In the ongoing SAFF Women’s Championship, Indian team has crushed Maldives by 6 goals and Sri Lanka by 5 goals to secure a place in the semi-finals of the tournament.
With the Indian women’s football team on fire, there is no shortage of motivation for the next generation of footballers to show what they can do. And the Twelfth Man Times, in association with the Premier League Champions Manchester City, are providing you just the kind of platform you need to showcase your skills.
Manchester City started #SameGoals campaign in 2018 to provide a platform for young female footballers to show their talent on social media. And the initiative has returned in 2019 due to an overwhelming response last year.
#SameGoals aims to inspire the next generation of female footballers by delivering footballs to every girl who sends in a video showing them scoring – or saving – a goal, this way each girl can keep playing and growing her passion for the game. We, at the Twelfth Man Times have partnered with Manchester City FC for this initiative for a second year running.
How to Enter #SameGoals:
You have to do nothing but follow a few simple steps to get yourself registered for this campaign:
Step 1: Shoot a video where you are scoring or saving a goal. There are no restrictions when it comes to showcasing your skills. You can use any kind of ball on any surface. The more creative, the better.
Step 2: Post the video on Twitter or Instagram using #sameGoals and don’t forget to tag Manchester City’s official account. (@ManCity)
Step 3: Fill this form and wait for your official Manchester City football!
Manchester city’s official twitter or Instagram handle will reply to your post and get the address details for delivering the football to your home.
Last day for entries: 31st March 2019
*Full terms and conditions.
*As this initiative runs on social media, girls under the age of 13 will need to request the permission of their legal guardian and submit their goals using their parent or legal guardian’s social media account.