Official EFL Championship Ball Competition & Star Wars

Good news! Mitre have kindly offered up to MOMS both an official Mitre Delta ball and also one set of their new Star Wars football-related merchandise for readers to win.

In a Universe Far, Far, Away…

The competition also times with Mitre releasing their new official Star Wars range of football-related products, with the new Stars Wars film The Last Jedi out this December.

Pictured below are examples of the three main items of the range, which will be available in both dark side and light side versions from the new and classic films.

Thanks to Mitre we have one set of Mitre Star Wars goodies* to giveaway to a MOMS Patron in this month’s reward draw, so if you’re not already, simply become a MOMS patron here to enter the draw.


Match Ball 

What do you get when you combine the incredible intergalactic adventure of Star Wars, with Mitre’s legendary footballs? The best football in the universe… or at least we think so! Go to battle with your friends in the park – shoot and score, with this iconic Star Wars match ball. RRP £22.


Fast becoming the must-have Christmas gift, the Scriball is back, and this time scribblers can go crazy choosing the dark side or the light side, as they get colouring to create the ultimate custom ball. RRP from £12.

Pop Up Goal 

Target practice is about to get even more epic, with the launch of the Star Wars Pop Up Goal. Easy to set up, on one side is an awesome galaxy target net to guide your shots, or flip it over to reveal a standard goal. RRP £30.

More info on Star Wars range

*The prizes may differ from the pictures in terms of being dark or light side

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Mitre Delta Competition

We originally ran a competition for a Mitre Delta ball at the start of the season, so if you weren’t lucky then, you now have a second chance to get lucky.

The signature ‘Mitre Delta’ was certainly the go-to ball for most of the 1990’s and it’s good to see its welcome return, after Mitre decided to reintroduce it back into the fray.

It’s the first use of the Mitre Delta name since 2001 and the ball’s design is something of a throwback to the original model.

Hopefully, Villa’s fortunes will continue to improve with the ball, once the yellow version comes into use for winter matches.

Please find the competition for the ball (RRP £115) at the end of the post. All you have to do is answer a simple question to enter and by answering it, you can also unlock further entry opportunities.

Check out the official Mitre Delta site for details about the science behind the ball.


My Old Man Said has an official Mitre Delta ball (worth £115 RRP) to give away to one lucky MOMS reader. For details how to enter, see the competition form below.

Official Mitre Delta Football Competition

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