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Mansion Boxing Day Derby

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The Christmas period always offers football fans a festive treat, thanks to the jam-packed fixture schedule full of great matches.

As shirt sponsors of both Premier League teams, AFC Bournemouth and Crystal Palace FC, Mansion have happened across a Christmas miracle match-up – with the two teams going head-to-head on Boxing Day for the first time this season.

Both teams have had a fantastic run of results in recent weeks, with key wins against a number of the so-called top teams, including Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United.

With both Mansion-sponsored teams now gearing up to face off, we’re in for a nail-biting run up to this festive fixture.

Fans attending the game will benefit from the double sponsorship, thanks to the opportunity to enter a money-can’t-buy competition to win a training day experience. One lucky Cherries fans and one lucky Eagles fan will be selected to attend a training session with their team. Not only will they get to meet the squad, they’ll enjoy a photo opportunity to prove it!

If you’re attending the game and would like to enter, keep an eye out for the girls in black Mansion baseball caps positioned outside the front of the stadium and by the club store.

Here’s to a great day for both teams and both sets of fans…

Merry Christmas!

As official sponsor of AFC Bournemouth and Crystal Palace FC, Mansion will be offering unique insights into the team’s games each week, through collaboration with a selection of passionate fan reviewers.

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