Alisha Bean designs new ‘Report It’ logo
A poster designed by 10 year-old Christchurch Academy pupil Alisha Bean will be displayed around the Stadium on Huddersfield Town match days after she won the Club’s ‘Report It’ competition.
Huddersfield Town ran the competition between schools that came to the recent ‘One Game, One Community’ match against Wolves through the Club’s ‘Schools Focus’ offer.
The Club asked school children to design a ‘Report It’ poster for us to use at Huddersfield Town, which will be used to promote the hotline where fans can anonymously report abusive language in order to encourage a welcoming and friendly atmosphere on match days.
Kids handed in their designs at the Information Point at the Wolves game on 20 October and Town’s ‘One Game, One Community’ Ambassadors Peter Clarke and Sean Scannell chose Alisha’s design as the winner!
Her design will now be turned into a poster that will be displayed around the Stadium on Town match days and as an added bonus Peter and Sean will visit Alisha at school to say thank you!
Huddersfield Town’s Supporter Partnerships Manager Robyn Deegan commented:
“The Club would like to thank every pupil and class that entered the ‘Report It’ competition – we had a lot of fantastic entries.
“It was a tough ask to pick a winner, but Sean and Peter chose Alisha’s design because it combined a bright design with genuine prominence of the ‘Report It’ message – which is obviously the important point for our Stadium on match days!”
If you hear anything in the stands that makes you feel uncomfortable or you believe qualifies as abusive behaviour, you can report it by phoning or texting 07741 528949; simply tell us which block and stand you are in and we’ll do the rest.
For a full review of the ‘Schools Focus’ activity at the recent home win over Wolves, click HERE!