ANSWER THIS QUESTION, WIN A VAUXHALL ROAD MUG

We’re now in the third day of our series of exciting offers for members. In the lead up to Hemel FC’s home game against Welling United on Saturday 25th January 2020, we’ll be rewarding TSC members with the opportunity to win one prize each day!

Today we’re giving away a mug printed with the a retro Vauxhall Road print, as seen on footballstadiumprints.com. All you need to do is answer the following question by tweeting your answer and tagging @tudorsclub, or post it to the Hemel FC Fans Facebook page and link back to this article. TSC members who answer the question correctly will be placed in a raffle for this prize. The question is: who scored both of Hemel’s goals in The Tudors final league game of our Southern League Premier Division Championship winning season, a 5-2 defeat away to Biggleswade Town on 26 April 2014?

Thursday 23rd January 2020: we’re giving away a notebook printed with the aforementioned retro Vauxhall Road print, by Football Stadium Prints and sold via Amazon. The TSC Twitter (@tudorsclub) will release a tweet on Thursday; TSC members who retweet will be placed in a raffle for this prize.

Friday 24th January 2020: we’re giving away a “Swoop” Tudor Army beanie hat. A quiz question will be posted on this website and as with today’s quiz, TSC members who answer the question correctly will be placed in a raffle for this prize.

While you’re here… please click here to see how you can help raise funds for the TSC when shopping on line, at no cost and limited efforts to yourselves.

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