Make a banner this big... and you can bring it to Monday night's FA Cup tie against Reading. 

The fan who creates the best banner can win a signed shirt - see below for more information.

15/02/2013 20:37

Banners for Reading tie

It’s FA Cup time again on Monday night so fans can expect another trip down memory lane, with a pre-match medley of great Manchester United songs celebrating the club's great history in the competition.

Fans are again planning a march from The Bishop Blaize pub near Old Trafford, starting at 19:30 (half an hour before kick-off), and everyone is encouraged to come to the Reading match with an old-fashioned bar scarf.

Banners can also be brought into the stadium for the game, provided they are no bigger than 2 metres wide x 1 metre high. The photo above of Javier Hernandez and Danny Welbeck gives you an idea of the maximum size permitted. Please note, no supporting sticks are permitted - only the banners themselves.

Be creative and win a signed shirt!

Send a photo of your banner to and if it's chosen as the best one, you'll be sent a shirt signed by members of Manchester United's first-team squad.

Find out more by visiting the march organisers' website.

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