Earps and Fred join United Art Challenge
Women's team goalkeeper, Mary Earps, and Fred are the latest Manchester United players available in our big Art Challenge.
Earps, an England international, has been part of Casey Stoney's squad since her arrival in the summer of 2019, and has helped the Reds build a solid debut campaign in the Women's Super League.
Meanwhile, Fred has showcased his talents during his sophomore season in a United shirt, scoring two goals in the Europa League and building a productive partnership in central midfield alongside the likes of Scott McTominay and Bruno Fernandes.
Now, these two stars from the women's and men's team are the latest to become part of our Art Challenge, where you can download, print and colour in your United heroes before sending them to us, before Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will decide which is best.
The winner will receive a signed print of their entry plus a 2019/20 home shirt signed by the team!
Earps and Fred have joined the growing list of players available to showcase your creative abilities with. These include goalkeeper David De Gea, along with Marcus Rashford, Daniel James and Scott McTominay, plus Lauren James from the women's team.
We are now closing in on 1,000 entries since the challenge began, with designs sent in from 67 countries around the world. Reds as young as two years of age, to supporters in their 50s have all got involved so far too.
So what are you waiting for?
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY
To get involved head over to ManUtd.com/ArtChallenge, download and print your player of choice and get creative! Send us your entry by 25 May to be within a chance of making it to our shortlist, which will be adjudicated by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Full terms and conditions can be found here.
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