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Win An Umbro Soccer Ball and Jersey

The world's top soccer superstars are in Korea and Japan this June for the planet's biggest sporting event - the 2002 World Cup of soccer. The month-long tournament has the top 32 soccer powers competing for the game's most important trophy. It's the perfect time of year for playing and watching soccer.

To celebrate the 2002 World Cup, Umbro and Kidzworld put together a contest to give three lucky winners a special 2002 World Cup soccer prize pack. It has everything you need to spend your summer playing the world's most kick-butt sport.

 

 

Win An Umbro Soccer BallWin Umbro Soccer GearEnter the Umbro Soccer Gear Contest
THE CONTEST IS OVER
 

Here is the list of the three winners! In case your name is listed below, don't do the happy dance just yet! There's more than one Erica out there, and the real winners are being emailed. SO CHECK YOUR EMAIL!

Here's the big list of lucky peeps - check it out and see if you're on it. But if ya see your name, don't freak out and do the happpy dance just yet: there's more than one Amanda out there! The winners have all been emailed, so check your email!

 

UMBRO CONTEST WINNERS
Winner # Name Age
#1 Erica 10
#2 Mollie 15
#3 Lecye 13

 

Three lucky winners will get:

  • An Umbro soccer ball.
  • An Umbro supporter's jersey.

Umbro makes soccer balls, shorts, shin guards and everything else you need to start playing. They also make supporter's jerseys for the USA, England, Ireland, Brazil, Mexico and many of your other favorite soccer teams. To check out more Umbro soccer gear and play foosball online, head to Umbro's Official Site.

World Cup Facts

  • The 2002 World Cup in Japan and Korea is the fist World Cup played in two countries.
  • The player who scores the most goals in the tournament wins the Golden Boot Award.
  • The USA finished last at the 1998 World Cup in France.

THE CONTEST IS OVER! The contest ran until the end of the 2002 World Cup.

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Kirsteeeeen
Kirsteeeeen posted in Friends:
I hope you don't mind that I moved this to friends, but I thought it'd be more fitting since your question seems mainly friendship based. :) Do you mind being younger than your classmates? Do you feel it inhibits your school experience? I think you should do what feels best to you, whether that be staying behind because friendship has a big impact, or continuing ahead if you prioritize academic growth. Only you know what's right for you. :p If it's any help, I left high school early and went to college. I was already used to being the youngest in my class so it wasn't a huge jump socially, and I found a lot of friends of all ages. :D With that being said, I do still miss being with people my age but it's too late to go back and I wouldn't trade my experience for the world.
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YassenGregorovich
I'm 13 and will be going on to 9th grade. I skipped kindergarted  :p and 5th grade. So I'm a lot younger then most of my classmates will be. I'm thinking of repeating 8th grade so I will be more of the same age as the other people in my class. But I'm not sure if I should because I got a B+ or A- average in 8th grade. I need some advice on this. Sorry if this is the wrong section for this I just thought general was the right place. Thanks!  :D
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aftershock
aftershock posted in Style:
Thanks all of you guys for your responses. It seems many of you don't share pics to get help from friends when you're choosing. Thats OK. If anyone does want to go on the VIP list to be the first to try the new app then feel free to complete the info form here: http://goo.gl/forms/FOiKWa4DoAQHxtOx1 
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CoolerThanMyself
I'm a 12 year old girl with really strict parents! I do chores( even handling BLEACH sometimes) , I take care of my little brother, I'm in top set for all my classes- even on the gifted and talented register and I've only ever had 1 detention- and that was their fault anyway bc I was late( they drive). But, I'm still NEVER allowed out with my friends! My friends are all in top sets as well, are well behaved and all we literally would do is window shopping. I mean, there are my age smoking shisha and doing #####- they should be lucky I'm not a delinquent! But my parents always say I can't hang out. Not because they're worried about my safety, they just dont want me to go out.! Even sleepovers, my parents always say no because they ' haven't met the parents" but they make NO effort to do so. I'm losing out on knowing my friends better and whilst they're all making best friends, at school I'm just the person in the background- the left out friend. It hurts and most of the time I wish I was fostered or something. How can I make them loosen up? ( don't say anything about sneaking out because I chose life)
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Corps
Corps posted in Style:
Thank You Mate :)
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