SSFC Advent Calendar: Day Ten

SSFC Advent Calendar: Day Ten

Welcome to the 10th day of December, which also sees the 10th installment of our SSFC Advent Calendar feature.

Throughout the first 24 days of the month we will attempt to spread a bit of festive cheer, and today’s feature is kicked off by Alex Kempster, whose message for fans can be viewed via the tweet below.

Over the next 24 days, you will be able to enter a range of competitions to win prizes courtesy of the club and several of its sponsors.

The latest item up for grabs is a signed South Shields home shirt.

To enter this competition, supporters must wait until four questions have been asked, with the fourth to be published on Saturday. Supporters will have until 9am the following day to submit all of their four answers together via email to info@southshieldsfc.co.uk.

The first question, asked by Jason Gilchrist yesterday, was: Which club did Jason Gilchrist score his first competitive goal for South Shields against?

Today’s question is: Which club did Alex Kempster join South Shields from?

Remember, don’t submit your answers until the fourth question has been published on Saturday.

We are today launching another competition in partnership with our sponsor Stoney’s Barber Shop.

A voucher for a haircut, deluxe shave and products is up for grabs and to enter the competition, you must do one of the following by 1pm on Saturday…

TO ENTER VIA TWITTER:

1. Like and retweet the below tweet

2. Make sure you are following the following accounts on Twitter: @SouthShieldsFC, @SSFCFoundation, @SSFCAcademy

TO ENTER VIA FACEBOOK:

1. Like, share and tag three of your friends on the competition posted on the South Shields FC Facebook page on Thursday morning.

2. Make sure you like the following pages on Facebook: South Shields FC, SSFC Foundation, Stoney’s Barber Shop

We would like to thank Stoney’s Barber Shop for their continued support.

We are also now highlighting our third charity of the month, Autism Able.

This is a fantastic South Shields-based charity which provides positive educational, social and work experiences for all learners enabling them to develop personally, vocationally and academically within an autism-friendly environment supported by passionate, caring and experienced staff with high standards and expectations.

To find out more about Autism Able, click here. To donate financially, click here.

Over the month, donations will also be encouraged towards the club’s charitable Foundation, which works with hundreds of children each week and does such fantastic work within our community.

To support the Foundation with a donation, please click here.

Thank you for your continued support and keep an eye out for Day Eleven tomorrow!