UNICEF has teamed up with England footballers Harry Kane and Chris Smalling to organise a unique competition with a talented and enthusiastic group of 7-8 year olds.
The purpose of the event is to judge the Premier League footballers and the famous All Blacks Rugby stars Dan Carter, Ben Franks and Charlie Faumuina based on their proficiency off the pitch in three important categories that matter most when helping children at risk – precision, response time and team work.
These are skills that are required on the pitch and the competition puts these professional athletes through a series of challenges designed to gauge their expertise.
UNICEF are committed towards helping children in need. Especially during emergencies when they lose their families, homes, schools and their lives.
It is an organisation dedicated towards serving maximum number of children in need by providing them with life-saving food, clean water, warm blankets and protection from violence, exploitation and abuse.
Furthermore, for a chance to win a signed England football, answer a few simple questions regarding UNICEF here.
Competition closes on 20th October 2015 (23:59 pm BST)
Also, support UNICEF in the amazing work they do and do not forget to donate here.
For more information please visit www.unicef.org