Last chance for schools to join city-wide project to help celebrate the centenary year.
There are just a few days left for primary schools across the city to register and be a part of the Leeds United Time Capsule initiative as part of the club's centenary celebrations.
The unique opportunity is being offered to local primary school children with an unforgettable prize up for grabs for whichever project is chosen as the winner.
Over 35 schools have already signed up to the special centenary themed project which will help mark the 100th birthday of the club in October. Working in partnership with Leeds City Council and the Leeds United Foundation, the club is keen to engage with youngsters in a fun, creative and collaborative way connecting the club’s rich heritage and its role within the city of Leeds.
Pupils in Year 5 and 6 are being asked to work in small teams to create something entirely unique to showcase a theme or a special part of the history of Leeds United, with the winning project ready to be announced at the club's special centenary themed matchday on Saturday 19th October.
Each school registered to take part in the initiative is free to decide how to approach the brief and are allowed to submit just one final entry into the competition.
Once the winning school’s entry has been officially unveiled it will be placed into a Centenary Time Capsule in the player’s tunnel, meaning it will become a permanent part of the club.
If you would like your school to take part in this fantastic project then you have until 5pm on Tuesday 10th September to register your interest, please click here.
For more information on the project please contact Mathew.Everett@leedsunited.com.