ROBERT HUTH delighted Stoke City’s young supporters when he was the special guest at the latest City 7s presentation night at the Britannia Stadium.
The German international defender handed out match tickets and other goodies to 100 children who had registered for the scheme since the start of the season.
Huth also took part in a question and answer session in the Tony Waddington Suite in which the new City 7s were able to put him on the spot about his career.
It was hardly surprising that his answer, when asked who his most difficult opponent has been, was: “Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie” after Saturday’s game.
Those Year Two children who have registered for the City 7s have been given tickets to see one of the forthcoming Premier League games at the Britannia Stadium.
There are more pictures of the presentation night featuring City’s central defensive star and Club mascot Pottermus on Facebook by clicking HERE.
The Club is now taking City 7s applications for the 2012-13 season from those children whose seventh birthday falls between September 1st, 2012 and August 31st, 2013 and parents are invited to submit the special form for registration.
For just £10.00, the young supporter will receive the following present:
*A Stoke City home shirt for the 2012-13 season
*Two free tickets to see the Potters at the Britannia Stadium
*A £5.00 voucher to open or add to your Stoke City Save and Support account
These special gifts are handed out at special presentation evenings at the Britannia Stadium for which the young fans and their parents will receive an invitation where they will get the chance to meet the club mascot Pottermus and a player.
The two tickets for one of City’s home matches will be one adult and one junior and the particular game will be decided by the Club.
If you have any queries, please contact Claire Blundred on 01782 592252