Win a car with SPFL Trust Superdraw!
Written By SPFL Trust Media Centre
- SPFL Trust launches SUPERDRAW, its brand-new lotto game
- First draw takes place at half-time during the Betfred Cup Final between Motherwell and Celtic
- One supporter WILL win a Hyundai i10, courtesy Phoenix Hyundai
- All proceeds will go towards supporting community projects at clubs across Scotland
THE SPFL TRUST today (20 November) reveals that it will give away a brand-new car to one supporter at this weekend’s Betfred Cup Final as it launches Superdraw.
As the official charity of the SPFL, the SPFL Trust will use the showpiece occasion to highlight the work of clubs across Scotland, not least Motherwell and Celtic who face off in the final (Sunday 26 November, 3pm).
SPFL Trust Superdraw is powered by Phoenix Hyundai, who have generously gifted a Hyundai i10 as a stunning prize.
Former Celtic and Motherwell star Tom Boyd helped launch SPFL Trust Superdraw alongside the car as it arrived for the draw at the National Stadium, today.
Tickets will be sold around Hampden Park before kick-off, priced at £2. One winning ticket will be drawn during the half-time interval to win the car. Every penny of profit from SPFL Trust Superdraw will be used to support community activity across SPFL clubs.
The SPFL was recently ranked the fourth most community engaged league in the world, in the widely respected annual RESPONSIBALL ranking in a field of the world’s 25 biggest clubs. This marks a three-place rise, year on year.
The SPFL Trust is committed to making Scotland’s league the most community engaged in the world. Analysis on behalf of the SPFL concluded that clubs engage with about 772,000 people every year and earlier this year, the SPFL Trust launched its mission to engage with one million people annually by 2022.
Clubs engage with people through a range of meaningful programmes which support identifiable need in the communities in which clubs are based.
They engage in a range of community programmes which show how sport can be used for good. These focus on improved physical and mental health, raising education standards, developing citizenship, and providing specific help to families in need.
23 clubs now have registered charities, up from three a decade ago, with every SPFL club committed to engaging communities.
Earlier this season, Aberdeen FC won prestigious recognition at the European Club Association Awards for the best social responsibility programme of any club in Europe.
SPFL Trust chief executive Nicky Reid comments: “We are delighted to launch SPFL Trust Superdraw, powered by Phoenix Hyundai. We are also grateful to the SPFL for granting us this opportunity to create this tremendous fundraising opportunity, which again demonstrates the league’s commitment to creating the most community engaged league in the world.
“One supporter – regardless of Sunday’s result – will win a brand-new car, but as they say you have to be ‘in it to win it’ so we’d encourage supporters who are able to buy a ticket to enter Superdraw.”
John McGuire, Chairman & CEO, Phoenix Car Company comments: “At Phoenix we’ve had a connection with Scottish football since day one, so we’re delighted to enter our 25th anniversary year by supporting the important work of the SPFL Trust.
“In particular we’re impressed by their mission to engage with one million people annually by 2022. The idea of supporting identifiable needs in the community resonates with us and our ‘work hard, play hard, give something back’ company ethos. “We’re proud to partner the SPFL Trust in this their first ever Superdraw, and are excited to be part of something that has the ability to help so many, across the country.”
SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster adds: “The SPFL Trust, in conjunction with our clubs, helps make a positive impact on people’s lives through their many community programmes. We hope that football fans will back their Superdraw competition so they can continue that good work.”