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Don’t miss family fun day ahead of Spurs v Burnley

PUBLISHED: 17:50 25 August 2017

Picture: Adam Davy/PA

Picture: Adam Davy/PA

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Fans attending Tottenham Hotspur’s match against Burnley on Sunday are being invited enjoy a host of family-themed activations planned around Wembley Stadium.

A DJ will be performing outside Wembley Arena from 12noon, with a roaming band also present as fans begin their march down Wembley Way, ahead of the Premier League game which kicks off st 4pm.

Fans will get the chance to be interviewed over the PA system, much-loved mascots Chirpy and Lily will be available for photos and there will also be a special guest appearance ahead of the match. There will also be an opportunity to get your hands on the latest club merchandise, have your face painted in Spurs colours whilst youngsters will be able to put their football skills to the test with the club’s global coaching team at the events pad directly opposite the London Designer Outlet.

There will also be the opportunity to register yourself into a competition for a chance to win VIP tickets for future matches.

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