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Chance to join Junior Gunners for Halloween screening of Arsenal’s clash with Swansea

PUBLISHED: 17:27 21 October 2015 | UPDATED: 17:27 21 October 2015

Junior Gunners

Junior Gunners

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Having been spooked twice by Swansea last season, Arsenal will be anxious to avoid another horror show when they travel to south Wales on 
Halloween.

And, for young Gooners who won’t be screaming their support at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday October 31, there’s a chance to see all the action closer to home.

The match will be shown live at Emirates Stadium as part of a Junior Gunners Halloween-themed event, which includes plenty of games and football-related activities.

There will also be face painting, arts and crafts, magic tricks and spectacular scientific experiments in the Indesit Institute of Gruesome Gooners, as well as a chance to meet Arsenal mascot Gunnersaurus.

We’ve teamed up with Arsenal to offer two lucky readers aged four to 16 a ticket for the Junior Gunners ‘Screaming’, accompanied by a parent or guardian who must be over 18.

Winners will also receive a full Junior Gunners membership for the current season, starting from November. To stand a chance of winning, you just need to answer the following question:

Who scored Arsenal’s goal when they lost 2-1 at the Liberty Stadium last season?

a) Aaron Ramsey

b) Santi Cazorla

c) Alexis Sanchez

Email your answer, along with your name, address and a contact telephone number, to us at nwl.sport@archant.co.uk no later than 10am on Monday October 26.

For more information on Arsenal’s Junior Gunner scheme, visit www.alwaysaheadofthegame.com/junior


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