More Opportunities for young City supporters to go behind the scenesExeter City are delighted to announce the addition of extra roles for Junior Supporters to apply for, for the return of Kids in Charge Day against Morecambe on Saturday, April 22.
The new roles available are:
- Director for the Day
- 360 Video Camera Operator
- Ball Boy/Girl
- Stadium Manager
- General Manager
- Devon Live Reporter
These are genuine, money-cannot-buy opportunities at Exeter City.
These added roles mean there are now TWENTY-ONE opportunities up for grabs on the day, with two other lucky youngsters getting to visit the Cliff Hill Training Ground on Thursday April 6 (during half-term) to interview the manager and players as part of the weekly press call!
Last season’s Kids in Charge day received glowing reviews. Harry, the Junior PA Assistant last said: “It was a great experience and will stay with me forever”. Proud parent Pete said: “It’s events like this that make Exeter City such a unique and special club to support”
Applications can be made online by visiting http://ecfc.co/KidsInCharge17, and need to be submitted by 5pm on Friday, April 7. Each winner’s parents will be contacted with the good news and details of any short-listing processes. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
On the day, we’ll be following each winner during their time at the club, catching them on camera/video and getting their thoughts on their experiences and on the game.
Director for the Day
You, and two parents will get to join Elaine Davies of the Supporters’ Trust in the Directors Box prior to the match.
Dress code is smart, with shirt and tie suggested
360 Video Camera Operator
You will get to join the two-man camera team that create SJP360 to help film the pre-match build-up.
The role will see you join the team of Ball Boy/Girl’s around the outside of the pitch, and to make sure the ball is quickly returned to the players when it leaves the pitch.
You will be needed from 1.30pm until the end of the match, and a tracksuit is required.
You will help prepare the stadium and do final checks before it is handed over to the safety officer in charge for the day.
You will be needed from 1.30pm to 2.30pm and will need to be smartly dressed (shirt/tie suggested)
To join the General Manager prior to the match to make sure everything is running smoothly before fans arrive at St James Park. You will need to be smartly dressed (shirt/tie suggested).
Devon Live Reporter
To join the Devon Live reporter around the press box for the first-half of the match to see how they report on the match and to support them.
To apply for any of these extra roles please visit: http://ecfc.co/KidsInCharge17, by 5pm on Friday, April 7, or email email@example.com.