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Marathon March T-Shirt Design Competition

Your chance to design this year’s Marathon March t-shirt!

We are celebrating our 5th anniversary Marathon March by putting the power in your hands to design this year’s t-shirt.

The marathon-length walk would not have been the success it has without the backing of you, our supporters, so we wanted to say thank you for all of your efforts over the past four years and give you your say in this year’s iconic Marathon March look.

You will get to decide the colour of the top, whether you want to go with the classic red or blue, a yellow to follow this season’s away kit, or any other colour that you think will look the part walking around south London.

You can use our template to create your design for the front and back of the t-shirt. The design should include our logo and incorporate a space for the event sponsor.

To enter the competition, you can either print or download our template HERE to then draw your design or create it on your computer. Please email your entry to fundraising@palaceforlife.org – all entries must be submitted by 8pm Wednesday 4th August.

The marathon-length walk will be running for its fifth year, and we want to make it our biggest and best event yet. Every year the Marathon March brings together Palace fans, legends and supporters. The social event is open to anyone, and is non-competitive, where the primary aim is to raise money for Palace for Life.

The four previous years of the Marathon March have seen Palace fans raise over £350,000 for the Foundation, directly supporting our work with vulnerable young people in south London.

U23 boss Shaun Derry has already signed up to be a part of this year’s event, and you can join him here.

The winning design will be selected shortly after the competition closes – good luck!

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