Children aged 4-11 years old are being invited to join in with Wolves Foundation’s exciting World Book Day competition.
The Wolves superheroes, The Wanderers, have returned. The Fearless Leader Nuno and the Mindreader Conor Coady are joined by The Guardian Rui Patricio, the Super Strong Adama Traore, The Wall Willy Boly and more.
A mystery intruder has stolen Raul’s Sin Cara mask! Children are asked to write a short story (maximum 500 words) about how Raul’s mask went missing, and how The Wanderers get it back – it doesn’t have to include every player.
There are three prizes up for grabs for the most creative stories:
- 1st |Two tickets to an upcoming Wolves home fixture, with a presentation at half-time.
- 2nd | A signed Wolves football.
- 3rd | A free week at an official Wolves Soccer School during the Easter, Whitsun or summer holidays.
To enter, please download the story template here and get your stories in by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Wolverhampton Wanderers Foundation, Molineux Stadium, Waterloo Road, WV1 4QR.
Closing date for entries is Tuesday 3rd March 2020. Winners will be announced on Thursday 5th March through social media @wwfcfoundation and will also be contacted through details provided.
Open to children aged 4-11 years old currently attending Primary, Infant and Junior Schools in the UK only. Pupils living outside of the UK are welcome to send in entries, however they will not be entered into the competition.