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City 7s Presentation Night

FLORENT CUVELIER was the latest player to delight young supporters by attending a City 7s presentation at the Britannia Stadium on Monday evening.

The central midfielder, who returned to the club in January following a successful loan-spell at Walsall, was the special guest in the Tony Waddington Suite where he handed out the City 7s gift packs and took part in a question and answer session.

Cuvelier joins a number of Potters stars to have appeared at a City 7s presentation night following the likes of Robert Huth, Geoff Cameron, Michael Owen and Ryan Shotton.

The young supporters are among almost 850 Year Two children who have already registered for the City 7s scheme so far this season and the Club are hopeful that they can still match last season's figure when there were just over 1,000 members.

There is still time to register for the scheme this season and enjoy the fabulous seventh birthday present which is available to those who join up.

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 presentation evenings regularly held at the Britannia Stadium for which the young fans and their parents receive an invitation where they will get the chance to meet the club mascot Pottermus and City players.

The two tickets for one of City's home matches are 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

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