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Did you win chance to be an England mascot?
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BBC Sport had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for young England supporters everywhere.

Did you fancy leading out the team as a mascot at Old Trafford before England face Spain on Wednesday 7 February in front of thousands of fans?

Thanks to Nationwide Building Society, the England team sponsor, that is exactly what the lucky winner of our competition will be doing.

The lucky mascot will also get to keep the kit they are given on the day and receive a match ticket for themselves and a parent/guardian.

All you had to do to give yourself a chance of winning was tell us the answer to the following question:

Who is the current England captain?

a) Steven Gerrard b) John Terry c) Wayne Rooney.

The answer was b) John Terry.

Congratulations to Jay Cranston of Coventry.

This competition was only available to those in the UK.

Winners will be contacted personally by email.

There is no cash alternative to this prize.

Please note, transport is not included in this prize, winners will be expected to make their own way to Manchester.

Your personal information will only be used by the BBC for the purposes of administering this competition.



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