Football fanatics are being encouraged to take part in a Hull City-inspired sporting challenge being launched by a popular shopping centre.
Prospect Centre, home to Hull City’s official merchandise store – Tiger Leisure, is inviting people to take part in the Keepy Uppy Cup, which will see participants try to beat a target of 27 kicks set by players, including David Meyler, Ian Ashbee and Curtis Davies.
The event is free to take part and whoever tops the leader board with the highest number of Keep-Uppy’s will be awarded a signed kit and football hamper. Roary the Tiger will also be roaming the mall, entertaining shoppers and providing a free meet and greet.
Maria Kamper, centre manager said: “We are committed to providing free and fun activities for all the family during the school holidays and with such a strong football following in Hull, I am confident we will see a great turnout.
“Anybody is welcome to take part regardless of age or ability and I would encourage everyone, especially those who have a bit of competitive side, to come and give it a go.”
The event will take place on Wednesday 31st May, at Tiger Leisure, between 12pm and 2pm.