Pupils in Bolton can win a chance to walk onto the pitch at a Premier League stadium. 

Soccer Aid for UNICEF will be taking place once again this summer, this time being held at Chelsea's Stamford Bridge stadium on June 9. 

The charity match, which has been running since 2006, sees some of the biggest stars from the entertainment world team up with legendary footballers as England and a World XI face off. 

Now, an exciting opportunity to win a place as a mascot at the match has been offered to youngsters up and down the country, through a Mascot Design Competition. 

Any child at a primary or secondary school can compete, with the UNICEF Youth Advisory Board, which will judge the entries, looking for mascot designs that not only bring good luck to both the England and World XI FC teams but capture the heart and spirit of Soccer Aid for UNICEF: giving every child the right to play. 

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Schools will pick the top five best designs to send to UNICEF. 

Entries must be submitted by May 7. For details on how to enter, visit: https://www.socceraid.org.uk/mascot-design-competition/

Sarah Wren, Head of Soccer Aid for UNICEF, said: “We’re so excited to launch this Mascot Design Competition to inspire children to embrace their creativity, regardless of ability.

"We’re encouraging kids across the UK to get playful, colourful, and have a blast experimenting with different mascot styles – all in the spirit of supporting Soccer Aid for UNICEF.

"Together, we’re not just creating mascots, we’re raising essential funds for children around the world to give them the best start in life." 

Since its inaugural match in 2006, the campaign has raised over £90 million to help build a better world for every child. 

Last month, it was announced that Bolton's own Paddy McGuinness will be part of the Soccer Aid lineup. 

Playing in goal, he will be looking to prevent the World XI's firepower of sprinter Usain Bolt, former Chelsea and Real Madrid star Eden Hazard and Blackburn comedian Lee Mack.